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Cattle on remote islands face threat

...collection manager for the bird department at the University of Alaska Museum of the North in Fairbanks. Ebbert, the federal biologist, says restoring the environment means removing both non-native species, starting with cattle since they are the...

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State, feds still uneasy

...spawn -- on rivers in western Alaska. ''That was a place where we kind of got in a ditch a little bit with the federal biologists and felt they were in our business a little too much,'' Rue said. Later, he said federal managers were arguing...

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Large beluga whale found dead near the mouth of Campbell Creek

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Federal biologists took tissue samples from a beluga whale that was found beached near the mouth of Campbell Creek on Anchorage's southwest coast...

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Bering Sea offers hope for right whales

...several seen in more than one year, according to federal biologists. One device retrieved recently contained right...that the animals stay even longer. Next summer, federal biologists plan to conduct the broadest survey yet and want...

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Chums dismal, but Yukon kings are bright spot

...subsistence harvest. Chum and chinook stocks are faring better on the Kuskokwim drainage, said Jerry Berg, another federal biologist. ''The runs are better than what we expected, but we still are not sure if we will meet spawning and escapement...

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Environmental groups want access to ANWR records

...is the White House political strategist. The information request also asks whether the administration has told federal biologists not to talk to the public and media about the refuge. The Natural Resources Defense Council made a similar request...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030102/ala_030102alapm0020001.shtml
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Villagers, managers cope with western fish shortages

...governments have drawn up new cooperative agreements. State biologists will take the lead during the fishing season. Federal biologists will watch closely and may close waters if they disagree. ''We still reserve the right to diverge where necessary...

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alaska

...federal council Alaskans head east for Boston Marathon Businessman plans Alaska to Minnesota bus service Federal biologists study sea otter decline Two Gambell brothers die when snowmachine runs out of gas Two snowmobilers found in...

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Plan targets pike in the Kenai Peninsula

...river, darting into sloughs and lakes and dramatically reducing silver salmon and trout populations. State and federal biologists have several ideas about studies and methods that might slow the spread of the invasive fish. They hold out no...

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PCB investigation complicates upgrade

...outdoor transformer. Steyer would not say whether discharges from the sump have ceased. Meanwhile, state and federal biologists reported learning recently that arctic char live in Cooper Lake. Arctic char spawn in the shallows of lakes. Liepitz...

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