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...To supporters, these setbacks are neither surprising nor evidence of failure. Companies are trying to deliver enormous amounts of fuel using a complex, expensive process that has never been tried before."We may be three years late, but...

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Reader: Too much tourism not a good thing

...undertaking. Throughout Alaska, in the quest for tourist dollars, vast expanses of animal habitat yield to bulldozers, enormous amounts of pollutants spew into our air and waters, and countless fish and wildlife are killed or disturbed. Once tourists...

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Scientists ponder future of peninsula's waterways

...effective and cheaper than trying to clean up damage after the fact. He pointed to the example of other states, where enormous amounts of money and effort have gone into cleaning up toxins and buying back property. Alaska is unusual because it still...

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Pebble to spend $107M on permitting

...when the discussion turned to an underground mine that would be below sea level and would require the exchange of enormous amounts of water. Thompson, a commercial fisherman for 29 years, said he can't imagine how that would be good for fish...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-05-16/pebble-to-spend-107m-on-permitting
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Alaska still top fishing state: Salmon fisheries provide most jobs

...groundfish fishery that commands the highest overall volume and value, with a relatively few very large vessels catching enormous amounts of fish, predominantly pollock, without a lot of manpower. These harvests take place in the Bering Sea and Aleutian...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/121408/new_367507638.shtml
Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...election,'' said Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg. ''People are following it very closely, they're taking in enormous amounts of information, they're treating it very seriously. So I think betting on keeping people home is not a good bet...

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