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Two Caribou moving over brown tundra. Blotches of snow are present.
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Coffee with a Scientist
 

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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


 
A group of people dressed in heavy winter gear stand behind a team of eight dogs attached to a dog sled. The landscape is pristine and white with craggy mountains in the distance. Did You Know?
Archaeological evidence suggests the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge was part of the route traveled by Siberian hunters from Asia to America over 10,000 years ago. The resident Alaskan Gwich'in and Koyukon Athabascan Natives are related to the Apache and Navajo tribes of the Southwest.