By studying the bones of walrus remains, scientist Nicole Misarti has learned how the animals of today differ from those of the past.
The Skipper Science app enables Alaskan commercial fishermen to document abnormalities they notice while working on the water.
Studying wood frogs requires first finding the tiny animals in the vast Arctic, then preserving their DNA while huddled in a tent.
Alaska salmon are getting smaller, researchers found adult salmon in the state are as much as 8 percent shorter than they were before 1990.
Mammoth remains discovered in the Pribilof Islands may belong to what was the last mammoth alive in Alaska.
Laurence Irving was an accomplished scientist who studied how animals, including humans, responded physiologically to cold.
Volcanic eruptions on the Seward Peninsula formed maars that are far larger than similar volcanic features anywhere else on Earth.
Researcher questions health of Alaska’s most visible whales
A fiery sunset fades into the sea as we crowd against our ship’s railings, eager to witness one of southeast Alaska’s largest inhabitants: the humpback whale.
Labradors aid scientific research
WITH NOSES 10,000 TIMES SHARPER THAN A HUMAN’S, dogs have served to detect the missing, the dangerous, the unbidden