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Refuge Notebook: Rutting moose and the social significance of antlers

...ultimate decision to accept or reject a bull regardless of its rank is decided by the cow. In moose populations where the natural sex and age structure have been altered, breeding may be prolonged and conducted by younger, immature, or inexperienced...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-12-25/refuge-notebook-rutting-moose-and
Opinion
Refuge Notebook: Are we winning the war on invasives?

...hawksbeard, dandelions, and now fall dandelion have become so common along our roadsides as to be virtually part of the "natural" landscape. This trend of accepting potentially huge ecosystem changers as commonplace makes those of us involved...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2014-12-04/refuge-notebook-are-we-winning-t
Outdoors
Illinois author, Marilyn Alice Tuckman, loves pumpkins

...Ill. (AP) - The great artificial pumpkin-flavoring assault on our taste buds every fall can't hold a candle to the natural supremacy of the majestic pumpkin, Marilyn Alice Tuckman says. For her, the comparison is almost literal. The childhood...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/food/2014-10-07-3
Food

...for human consumption and endangers the public health or welfare, or fish, animals, vegetation or any other part of the natural habitat in which it is found," the lawsuit said.Flint Hills spokesman Jeff Cook said the company has no comment...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-11-27-3
News
Voices of Alaska: U.S. has opportunity to focus on Arctic issues

...Arctic for thousands of years ? since before the term "Arctic" was even coined to describe the region - harvesting the natural resources of the region and developing the land. A focus on climate change and its impact on the Arctic is certainly...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-11-18/voices-of-alaska-us-has-opportuni
Opinion

...baby fish as future surrogates, because their immature immune systems will not reject the tuna cells, and relying on the natural tendency of the reproductive stem cells to mature and produce viable offspring. To simplify matters, the lab is using...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/elaine-kurtenbach/2014-11-20

...was co-sponsored by Central Peninsula Garden Club, Kenai Watershed Forum, UAF-Cooperative Extension Service and the Natural Resources Conservation Service Kenai Field Office. Winners were: Grades K-1 1st place Daniel Steffensen, Grades...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2014-11-24-1
Dispatch
Refuge Notebook: Thousands of feet on the ground are a challenge in Changbai Mountain, China

...protected lands. In short, China is attempting to make development decisions that take into consideration their impacts on the natural world and the benefit of green spaces to human health. Our delegation was also present to continue a cooperative partnership...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2014-10-23/refuge-notebook-thousands-of-fee
Outdoors
Keeping the Peninsula's lights on

...generation capabilities, this week sharing with the public its progress on a back-up generation facility in Soldotna. The natural gas-powered turbine will help HEA meet the region's needs when its primary generation facilities in Nikiski aren't...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-10-09/keeping-the-peninsulas-lights-on
Opinion
Important choices on Tuesday's ballot

...wrestling with some major decisions, particularly as the natural gas pipeline project progresses. At the same time...state spending is being reined in while progress on the natural gas pipeline is moving forward. In unpredictable times...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-11-01/important-choices-on-tuesdays-bal
Opinion

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