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Science at the Border Between Ice and Ocean

EOS - A suite of instruments, including drones, remotely operated boats, and multibeam sonar, is helping scientists understand a little-studied area at the front of a calving glacier. A team of researchers from the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, and the University of Alaska Southeast is studying how an underwater plume of glacial meltwater affects the stability of the glacier itself. ...More


UAS student first in U.S. to receive Tsimshian language credential

KTOO - A University of Alaska Southeast student will be the first ever to receive credentials in Tsimshian language studies. Victoria McKoy presented her capstone project Nov. 30 at the UAS Ketchikan Campus Library. Victoria McKoy’s mother is Haida-Tsimshian, and her father is Haida. “My Tsimshian name is Ggoadm ˈDeebn. It translates to ‘heart of a sea lion.’ When I was given the name, my brothers and sisters said that I appear shy, but I go straight for my target.” And one target for McKoy has been learning her Native languages. ...More




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