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Refuge Notebook: What do caribou and wood bison have in common?

...wasn't so long ago that steppe bison roamed Caribou Hills (see previous Refuge Notebooks articles by Dawn Magness and Dick Reger). If ecosystems continue changing as predicted, bison introduction to the peninsula might be up for discussion. But...
Refuge Notebook: Ice-age mammals on the Kenai Peninsula - an update

...907-235-8925), who is the primary contact for folks finding mammal fossils in the southwestern Kenai Peninsula. Dr. Dick Reger graduated from Kenai Territorial High School in 1957, and eventually earned a PhD in geology from Arizona State University...
A geologic explanation for two sockeye populations in the Russian River

...and geneticists will eventually find the information needed to verify or refute this particular drainage model.Dr. Dick Reger graduated from Kenai Territorial High School in 1957, and eventually earned a PhD in geology from Arizona State University...
Refuge Notebook: Geologists determine age of Bluff Point Landslide

Many Homerites remember when they first came down the Sterling Highway and stopped at the Baycrest Overlook. The view of Kachemak Bay, the mountains and Cook Inlet is totally commanding and can reset a humble traveler's life priorities in a heartbeat.
Mammoth piece found on beach

...identified her find as something other than a rock. It was a woolly mammoth tooth. "Luckily I had attended Janet Klein and Dick Reger's presentations and I knew right away what it was," said Johnson who had heard talks describing woolly mammoth remains...
Rock formations on the beach have a story to tell map of the surficial geology of the western Kenai Peninsula. I digitize the geological deposits delineated by Dr. Dick Reger, a local geologist with a wealth of knowledge, who interprets a combination of color-infrared aerial photos and airborne...
Get a glimpse into the Pleistocene period

...Kenai Peninsula" from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March 31 in rooms 108-109 at the Kenai River Campus Ward building. Dick Reger, a well known Alaskan geologist, and Janet Klein, an expert in anthropology and history of the Kenai Peninsula and...
Did mammoths roam the Kenai?

...northern Asia and Europe. At this time, however, most of the Kenai Peninsula was still buried under ice. Geologist Dick Reger, who has studied the glacial history of the Kenai Peninsula, has shown that only a few isolated mountaintops and ridges...
Part 2: Did woolly mammoths roam the Kenai Peninsula?

...possible scenario proposed by geologist Dick Reger is that sometime between about 60...Inlet and deposited on the beach. Dick Reger recently calculated the ice-free...I would like to thank geologist Dick Reger; ecologist Ed Berg at the Kenai...
Support for exhibit greatly appreciated

...Mary Russian Orthodox Parish, Stan Mishin, Alan Boraas, Rita Eddy, Spence DeVito, Chris Cassity, Christina Conn, Dick Reger, Jeff and Cheryl Siemers, Josselyn O'Connor, and the Kenai Watershed Forum. We are looking forward to a great summer...


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