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Alaska gears up for aurora tourism

...bucket-list winter vacation to Alaska for 30 years, and he couldn't have picked a better time to take it.The retired chemist from Jesup, Ga., didn't mind that February temperatures can hover near minus 40 degrees on the outskirts of Fairbanks...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2013-02-21/alaska-gears-up-for-aurora-touri
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...education at various colleges throughout his career. He married Arlene R. Chenoweth on Apr. 14, 1956.Carroll worked as a chemist for Clevite Bearing Co. in McConnelsville, Ohio. He and his wife Arlene moved to Alaska in 1992 and resided in King Salmon...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-10-07-1
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Carroll Stanley Gilliland

...education at various colleges throughout his career. He married Arlene R. Chenoweth on Apr. 14, 1956.Carroll worked as a chemist for Clevite Bearing Co. in McConnelsville, Ohio. He and his wife Arlene moved to Alaska in 1992 and resided in King Salmon...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000167421855
Kasilof artist set to go global

...on the World Wide Web. Photo by M. Scott Moon As a potter, Libby Berezin has a broad skill set. She?s an artist and a chemist. She?s in sales, and she could start a moving company with the amount of clay she lifts and carries. Thirty years into...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030107/pulse_0301pul004.shtml
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Ulmer, panel ponder BP spill

...about what needs to be done to protect Alaska, and how that might be relevant to the Gulf. Jeffrey Short, a retired research chemist who studied oil impacts for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said not enough was known about the Arctic...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/071210/new_627620411.shtml
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Regarding Pebble, it's the goo

...would like to challenge the developers to really develop something. How about challenging our brightest and most talented chemist and physicist to find a chemical solution to the problem, no pun intended. Find some solution at the atom level to change...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/122309/let_538974839.shtml
Refuge Notebook: Birch protected from hares, sauna bathers, but not moose

...which can feed a lot of hares, which in turn stimulates a lot of papyriferic acid scaling on the birch twigs. Bryant and UAF chemist Tom Clausen have proposed that birch with its papyriferic acid and other compounds may have potential medical applications...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072310/out_681679197.shtml
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Prince William Sound whale had high levels of poisons

...had concentrated PCPs at about 370 parts per million and DDTs at about 470 parts per million in its tissues, according to chemist Gina Ylitalo, of the National Marine Fisheries Service's contaminants lab in Seattle. Another transient male from the Gulf...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072201/ala_072201ala001pm0001.shtml
Impact of onboard gunfire uncertain, aviation experts say

...the safety of an aircraft, its passengers and crew, said Jack Beauchamp, a pilot and California Institute of Technology chemist who advised the Clinton administration on aviation security. ''It's a sort of thing for which there isn't a lot of data...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/092701/ala_092701alapm0010001.shtml
Evolution suffers from lack of proof

...note that a majority of NASA scientists and astronauts believe in a creator. When I worked as a National Science Foundation chemist almost all of my coworkers from many scientific fields were Christians. Reborn Christians believe the biblical account that...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/022007/letters_20070220002.shtml
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