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Conflict minerals: Rhetoric battles reality at Pebble

...historically large salmon runs, with another strong run forecast for 2011, was elicited from biologist and Pebble opponent Carol Ann Woody by the state's attorneys at trial. Mining proponents occasionally note that Alaska's most famous salmon brand...

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...to be discussed The Kenai Watershed Forum and the Kenai River Center will host guest speaker, fisheries biologist Carol Ann Woody, at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Kenai River Center on Funny River Road in Soldotna. Woody's topic will be the life...

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Mine risks forum slated

...gold-copper-molybdenum mine and the Chuitna coal mine projects. Each would impact Cook Inlet air and watersheds. Carol Ann Woody, who recently left a position with the U.S. Geological Survey at the Alaska Science Center where she worked for...

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...impact they may have on the air and the effects on human health, as well as fish. The featured speakers will be Carol Ann Woody and Pamela Miller. They will describe some of the risks mine toxins pose. For more information, call Joel Cooper...

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Supporters, skeptics rally for clean water

...Hobson and others spoke. She said she became aware of the Pebble mine situation when fisheries consultant Dr. Carol Ann Woody spoke at Cook Inlet Aquaculture in October. She, like Hobson, said she's not against mining either, but added...

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Pebble awaiting OK of $100M budget

...portions of that data, saying project opponents could use the information out of context. Fisheries biologists like Carol Ann Woody are skeptical that such a large-scale mining project could be developed without having an adverse affect on the...

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Pebble, state officials: Mine isn't a done deal: If impact to environment, fisheries can't be minimized, project won't go forward

...activity that caused the 1964 Alaska Earthquake, could undermine the integrity of even a well-constructed dam. Carol Ann Woody, a fisheries scientist and a past president of the American Fisheries Society -- Alaska Chapter, said contamination...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032610/new_500242959.shtml
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...impact they may have on the air and the effects on human health, as well as fish. The featured speakers will be Carol Ann Woody and Pamela Miller. They will describe some of the risks mine toxins pose. For more information, call Joel Cooper...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/100807/people_4152.shtml
Mine toxin effects discussed

...information that has not been presented so far by the mines, but it is scientifically accurate information," Matz said. Carol Ann Woody and Pamela Miller will be the featured speakers at the meeting and the two will describe some of the risks mine toxins...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/101707/news_4273.shtml
Around the Peninsula

...impact they may have on the air and the effects on human health, as well as fish. The featured speakers will be Carol Ann Woody and Pamela Miller. They will describe some of the risks mine toxins pose. For more information, call Joel Cooper...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/101707/people_4274.shtml

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