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Winter flooding, warm ocean likely affected Southeast humpies
KTOO - This year’s pink salmon or humpy runs in Southeast Alaska weren’t horrible, but they weren’t great either. Fish returns weren’t consistent across the Panhandle. John Joyce, also a research fisheries biologist and one of Orsi’s colleagues at the NOAA institute, spends a lot of his time at the weir. Joyce said they’re collaborating with the University of Alaska of Southeast, which is using their 35 year data sets in their research to determine how climate change is influencing migratory behavior, marine survival and productivity. ...More
Plan proposed for sub shortage
Juneau Empire - The Juneau School District is reporting the highest rates of substitute shortages since 2012, a problem often resolved by teachers who double down and take on extra students or classes. A dean from the University of Alaska Southeast is proposing a new solution — train high school students for the role. ...More
Short plays on Climate Change to be presented Dec. 3
Capital City Weekly - Perseverance Theatre, the University of Alaska Southeast, and the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center will present "A Pain in the Crevasse: Short Plays on Climate Change" at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3. This is a free event. ...More