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...complete 360-degree spiral of teeth. Imagine a fearsome behemoth equipped with a circular blade of teeth and strong jaws that researchers believe crimped and cut its prey. The Buzz Saw Shark roamed the Permian Seas more than 270 million years ago.Detailed...
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Online tool aids oil-spill response

...sea." Saupe later found that many of the studies in the state database she used had not been made at low tide, so that researchers had not collected data on the areas submerged during their visits to the sites. Saupe, now Director of Science and Research...
Kenai road proposal criticized

...ground. The wetland is also classified as a possible coho salmon habitat, based on a 2007 study by Kenai Watershed Forum researcher Mike Gracz, who used data from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game's Anadromous Waters Catalog to identify areas likely...
Permit data shows steady growth in Cook Inlet personal use fishing

...certain number of salmon into the personal use fishery, researchers can't factor a projected harvest number in pre-season...Research Project Leader Mark Willette wrote in an email that researchers use a 5-year average harvest rate in the personal use fishery...
"Body of Truth"

...gain back any weight lost, and then some. We understand that yo-yo dieting is unhealthy, but we may not know that some researchers believe there's no increased risk of death due to extra weight. Even so, says Brown, physicians sometimes admit to having...
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An Outdoor View: That got me thinking

...neurobiologists, behavioral ecologists and fishery scientists found that fish don't feel pain the way humans do. These researchers concluded that fish don't have the neuro-physiological capacity for a conscious awareness of pain.After considerable...
Alaska's yellow cedar considered for endangered protection

...changes brought on by climate warming, according to petitioners.In a paper published in 2012, U.S. Forest Service researchers concluded that climate warming has meant less snow and less insulation for the ground. Elevated mortality began around 1880-1890...
NOAA says Cook Inlet beluga numbers increased slightly

...The federal estimate of the number of beluga whales in Alaska's Cook Inlet increased slightly in 2014, but researchers conclude the population remains in danger of extinction.National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists...
Feds document seabird loss in North Pacific waters

...major change," he said. Piatt and researcher Gary Drew suspect the decline may be...measurements. To make sense of the numbers, researchers looked for blocks of water where at...Fish and Wildlife Service seabird researcher David Irons said trends at colonies...

...James Dashner and were building mazes of their own based on their understanding of the book.Based on findings from reading researcher Louise Rosenblatt, Graham is focused on using Minecraft as a tool to see the meaning of texts students read. Rosenblatt...


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