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Everything ads up at Math Meet

...from seven district schools. A special thanks to the donors of the iPod Touch grand prize: Jay Brant Construction, Coble Geophysics, and Jerry Herring of Central Alaska Engineering. A huge thanks to judges Beth Graber, Mike Hawfield, Duncan Wanamaker...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/042610/let_624181304.shtml
Opinion
Support, help add up to great math meet

...10 district schools. Deep gratitude goes to our prize donors, Homer Electric Association, Sundog Consultants, and Coble Geophysics. A huge thanks to judges Beth Graber, Karen Weston, Duncan Wanamaker, Eric Fenger, Caroline Venuti; proctors Jay Boyer...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2012-04-27/support-help-add-up-to-gr
Letters
UAF research looks to heart of rehabilitation

...remarkably low levels of diabetes in comparison to the general Native population.UAF has long been known as a research center for geophysics and northern studies, as well as its academic programs in wildlife. But in recent years the university has carved a niche...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-06-30/uaf-research-looks-heart-rehabilitat
News
Mendenhall River carves a new course

...Mendenhall River has become more meandering over time due to glacial melting, said Roman Motyka, a professor of geology and geophysics for the Geological Institute in Fairbanks. Motyka, who is stationed in Juneau, has studied glaciers of Southeast Alaska...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/080904/new_080904new005001.shtml
Sale could spur inlet development

...and has a fairly short permitting time. He said he'd expect most participants in the lease sale to have some geology and geophysics work to do before they start drilling."Then hopefully they'll get discoveries," he said.Apache Alaska Corporation...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-06-23/sale-could-spur-inlet-development
News
North Pole: From homestead to Christmas wonderland

...question about it. It was strictly a commercial ploy," said his son Neil Davis, a now-78-year-old professor emeritus of geophysics at University of Alaska Fairbanks, and an author. Bon Davis, for whom Davis Subdivision had been named prior to this new...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/122310/bus_760585682.shtml
Business
Former Fairbanks resident named Rhodes scholar

...what I wanted to do next year,'' Tape told the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. ''I knew I wanted to do something with geophysics to help me focus my decision what to study in graduate school but I wasn't sure what. ''A professor of mine and my dad...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/121100/ala_121100ala0120001.shtml
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