Scientists seek to identify Alaska’s mystery mushrooms

“We have so much work to do,” ecologist Kate Mohatt said. “It’s a continent-wide project aiming to identify every species of mushroom-producing fungi in North America, because, believe it or not, we’re not even close to having done that yet.”

6 tips to photograph mushrooms like a scientist

These guidelines will help you properly document the mushrooms you find on your forays.

Eyak Elders and linguist built together Eyak language archive

Lena Saska Nacktan was one of the last fluent Eyak speakers. She played a pivotal role in helping linguist Michael Krauss learn and document the language for generations to come.

Genealogy project documents lineage of more than 400 Eyak people

Working on pieces of butcher paper usually reserved for wrapping moose meat, Pam Smith has compiled perhaps the most extensive Eyak genealogy ever recorded.

PWS marine temperature anomalies have doubled

Warm waters are affecting plankton populations, Prince William Sound Science Center oceanographers have found.

Field season marked by low flow and high pre-spawn mortality

It was a very strange year for the Prince William Sound Science Center field crews collecting data on pink salmon for the pedigree component of the Alaska Hatchery Research Project (AHRP) in Prince William Sound this last summer.

PWSSC researcher heads to Antarctica for field work

Prince William Sound Science Center research assistant Anne Schaefer is headed south for her second year working with penguins for long-term seabird research projects in Antarctica.

Sound Science: Hydroponics in our schools

Hydroponic seedlings. Photo courtesy of Teal BarmoreSecond grade students at Mt. Eccles Elementary shifted in their seats with wonder...

Sound Science: Making a case for herring research

Prince William Sound Science Center researchers are compiling a vitally important body of data on herring populations.

CRWP will benefit from Sena Sea seafood sales

For any orders placed by clicking on the link to Sena Sea on the Copper River Watershed Project website Sena Sea donates 8 percent of the order price directly to CRWP.



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