Monthly Archives: October 2016

New technology helps researchers study unknown Arctic comb jellies

by Lauren Frisch About the series: This is the third part of a three-part series on a recent research cruise to better understand species and processes in the Chukchi Borderlands, the complex transition area from the shallow Chukchi Sea shelf … Continue reading

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Ice bacteria study will help investigate future change

by Lauren Frisch About the series: This is the second part of a three-part series on a recent research cruise to better understand species and processes in the Chukchi Borderlands, the complex transition area from the shallow Chukchi Sea shelf … Continue reading

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Bering Sea Days teaches students about climate change impacts

By Vincent Domena Bering Sea Days (BSD) is an annual outreach program on St. Paul Island, Alaska. A crew of 13 presenters met up to teach the K-12 Pribilof School District about many topics structured around climate change. These topics … Continue reading

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Researchers investigate mysteries of underwater pockmarks with unique biology

by Lauren Frisch About the series: This is the first part of a three-part series on a recent research cruise to better understand species and processes in the Chukchi Borderlands, the complex transition area from the shallow Chukchi Sea shelf … Continue reading

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Staff Snapshot: Jennifer Elhard

by Barb Hameister Jennifer Elhard has worked at the Seward Marine Center for nearly 15 years, and loves her job. She started at SMC as an intern while studying business at the Alaska Vocational Technical Center. When a staff position … Continue reading

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