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Last Update: 2015-07-01

Monitoring population status of sea otters (Enhydra lutris) in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska - Options and considerations

Field guide to the Mesozoic arc and accretionary complex of South-Central Alaska, Indian to Hatcher Pass

Forecasting wildlife response to rapid warming in the Alaskan Arctic

Changing Arctic Ecosystems - Updated forecast: Reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions required to improve polar bear outlook

Organic matter quantity and source affects microbial community structure and function following volcanic eruption on Kasatochi Island, Alaska

Effects of simple acid leaching of crushed and powdered geological materials on high-precision Pb isotope analyses

Microbial infections are associated with embryo mortality in Arctic-nesting geese

Surface melt dominates Alaska glacier mass balance

When Siberia came to the Netherlands: the response of continental black-tailed godwits to a rare spring weather event

Strontium isotopes delineate fine-scale natal origins and migration histories of Pacific salmon

Enhanced biological processes associated with alopecia in polar bears (Ursus maritimus)

Tectonic and sedimentary linkages between the Belt-Purcell basin and southwestern Laurentia during the Mesoproterozoic ca. 1.60-1.40 Ga

Soil-surface organic layers in Arctic Alaska: Spatial distribution, rates of formation, microclimatic effects

Genetic distinctiveness of Alexander Archipelago wolves (Canis lupus ligoni): Reply to Cronin et al. (2015)

Population genetic structure of moose (Alces alces) of south-central Alaska

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