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A mountaineer attempts a summit in a world made of snow and ice.
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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.

Enjoy using this webpage for learning, planning & itinerary purposes.



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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


 
Black and white photo of a small, single prop floatplane as it banks left. Did You Know?
On a typical summer day, over 800 floatplanes take off and land at Lake Hood in Anchorage, making it the world’s largest and busiest seaplane base in the world.