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Low-wage jobs unexpectedly a way of life for many

...recoveries that have followed each subsequent recession, according to research by Henry Siu, an economist at the University of British Columbia, and Duke University economist Nir Jaimovich.That leaves many workers remaining in jobs as cashiers earning...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-03-12/low-wage-jobs-unexpectedly-a-way-of-
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Op-Ed: Moving forward in the Gulf: Reduce bycatch but protect Alaska's communities

...comments@noaa.gov.Rachel Donkersloot grew up in Naknek and earned a PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of British Columbia studying catch share programs internationally. She is the Fisheries Program Director for the Alaska Marine...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-01-27/op-ed-moving-forward-in-the-gulf-
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Pebble study needs work, some say

Scientists reviewing a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency assessment of a potential large copper and gold mine in an environmentally sensitive area near Iliamna Lake said Aug. 8 that the agency's draft watershed assessment needs work, and should not be based on hypothetical mine scenarios. Some of the scientists said the agency is too pessimistic in its assessment of risks. The EPA asked 12 scientists to review its Bristol Bay watershed assessment last May as an independent review panel.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-08-18/pebble-study-needs-work-some-say
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Duo turns concert into an evolution of sound

...many years of musical education and performance. Hoy is originally from Vancouver, and now teaches at the University of British Columbia there. The two have been playing together for about 15 years. ?As musicians we match each other wonderfully...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/050307/pulse_0503pul002.shtml
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Biologists focus on killer whales in study of Steller declines

...enough to catch up (with predation by killer whales).'' Barrett-Lennard, an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia, said he first thought of studying whales eating sea lions about eight years ago, after a dead killer whale...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032102/wil_032102alapm0070001.shtml
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