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Studying impacts of climate change on ecosystem function (Image 21)
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Studying impacts of climate change on ecosystem function (Imag...

Boating across Angyoyaravak Bay after camp take-down at the Tutakoke River field site in the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. Researchers from Utah State University are studying how the phenology of sub-Arctic tundra plants and the ..., 4 days ago

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Birds from around the world migrate to Canada's Yukon Delta to nest and raise their young.

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 National Science Foundation1 month ago
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Polarettes soar to four medals in Delta

A pair of Yukon gymnasts beamed with pride following performances on the beam last week in Delta, B.C. Emily King and Hailey Sherman both cracked the top-10 in the event at the 2016 Western Canadian Artistic Gymnastics Championship on May 5. ...
 Yukon News2 months ago

Back to tradition: CBC tours bush camp in N.W.T.'s Mackenzie Delta

Whitehorse salmon hatchery works with nature 1:18 Darrell Otto breeds about 45,000 Chinook salmon every year, a number he hopes to quadruple in the next few years, using a newly upgraded salmon hatchery. Putting sexy back in sealskin: ...
 CBC4 weeks ago
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World Oceans Day: Deltas critical to food production, fisheries health, storm protection

Discovery Sustainable Deltas Project researchers focus on importance of deltas across globe June 7, 2016 Delta: A place where sediment carried downstream by a river enters the sea, forming a fan of sand or mud. Although deltas make up just ...
 National Science Foundation1 month ago

Yukon subsistence fisherman get first targeted opening for Yukon salmon in 5 years

Subsistence fishermen on the Yukon are getting some rare gillnet openings during the middle of the summer season, and will be allowed to keep any king salmon they catch. Download Audio Chinook salmon, Yukon Delta NWR. Photo: Craig Springer, ...
 Alaskapublic.org4 weeks ago 2016: First Outlook for Yukon Chinook Salmon Run Timing on Lower Yukon River  Alaska Business Monthly2 months ago Yukon king salmon run predicted to be weaker than average this year  Alaskapublic.org2 months ago

Vegetation composition and shrub extent on the Yukon coast, Canada, are strongly linked to ice-wedge polygon degradation

1 Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Telegrafenberg A43, DE-14473, Potsdam, Germany 2 Institute of Earth and Environmental Science, University of Potsdam, Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24-25, DE-14476, Potsdam, Germany ...
 Polar Research1 month ago

Polarettes cap season with championships, awards

Whitehorse's Polarettes didn't win every division at the Yukon Gymnastics Championships on Saturday. Just the ones they entered. Polarettres Gymnastics Club athletes claimed all-around titles in seven of eight divisions as they hosted seven ...
 Yukon News1 month ago
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Peter Johnston named as next grand chief

Peter Johnston, the former chief of the Teslin Tlingit Council, is poised to take over as grand chief of the Council of Yukon First Nations. Nominations for the top job closed Tuesday afternoon and Johnston was the only person to put his name ...
 Yukon News1 month ago

Numerous fires reported with causes ranging from lightening strikes to human error

Four new fires have been reported Friday, two of them human caused. A house fire in Delta threatened wild-lands, but was contained and is out. A Palmer fire erupted when a homeowner set fire to an old chicken coop. Fire responders issued a warning ...
 Alaskapublic.org1 month ago
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