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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A blue and white tree swallow, perched on a branch, looks to the camera.
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Coffee with a Scientist
 

Special programs for the summer season of 2014 have concluded. Please check back in mid-May of 2015 for next summer's lineup.

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Tina Neal, volcanologist
NPS
Volcanologist Tina Neal presents during "Coffee With a Scientist"
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6/27 Climate Change 7/11 About Science 7/18 Zoonotic Diseases 7/25 Valdez Oil Spill 8/1 Wildfires 8/8 Geology 8/15 Economics of the Environment 8/22 25 Years of Bird Banding on the Yukon Delta 8/29 Five Archaeological Finds


 
Three small metal fishing boats with green canvas awnings are mored on the banks of the Yukon River. Did You Know?
So much silt is suspended in the Yukon River that it creates an incessant, loud noise as it hits watercraft, especially aluminum boats and canoes, that can be heard from over thirty feet away!