Pink salmon — too much of a good thing?

2020-03-07T05:11:08-09:00

Pink salmon — too much of a good thing? By Ned Rozell Of the five species of salmon that swim Alaska waters, the pink is by far the most plentiful. Some scientists think the fish is an overabundant predator that outcompetes other salmon and some seabirds. In the late 1990s, Japanese researchers noticed an intriguing [...]

Pink salmon — too much of a good thing?2020-03-07T05:11:08-09:00

What Eats What: A Landlubber’s Guide to Deep Sea Dining

2020-03-07T05:11:12-09:00

This is a great piece from the NY Times of a study off the coast of California about the eating habits in the deep sea: "You’ll never go to dinner in the deep sea. It’s dark, vast and weird down there. If the pressure alone didn’t destroy your land-bound body, some hungry sea creature would [...]

What Eats What: A Landlubber’s Guide to Deep Sea Dining2020-03-07T05:11:12-09:00

Ancient Northern Pike Found in Alaska Lake Mud

2020-03-07T05:11:17-09:00

Ancient Northern Pike Found in Alaska Lake Mud By Ned Rozell While slicing a cylinder of mud he pulled from an Interior Alaska lake, Matthew Wooller ran into a snag. The wire he was using to cut the mud stopped when it hit something solid. He grabbed a knife, carved around the obstruction, and made [...]

Ancient Northern Pike Found in Alaska Lake Mud2020-03-07T05:11:17-09:00