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KDLG News

The WAISC forum drew experts to Dillingham to present on a wide range of topics of interest to Western Alaskans. We asked a few of them to pitch us their research in 30 seconds or less.

Brennan / UW

When you catch a salmon in the bay, how do you know where it hatched? New research tells where Nushagak Chinook salmon were born and raised.

Alaska-Fairbanks Gets New Arctic Research Vessel

Jun 12, 2014
University of Alaska-Fairbanks

A state-of the art research vessel is now being operated by the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.  KDLG’s Chase Cavanaugh has more.

Summer Program Encourages Math and Science

Jun 10, 2014

The Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program is bringing over 100 students from all over the state to the University of Alaska Anchorage for a five-day program that allows students to participate in hands-on math and science related exercises.  Two of the students chosen to participate are from the Dillingham area.

Denise Devotta

New research seeks to better understand the micronutrients that are essential for aquatic ecosystems.   Salmon are known to be a big source of the nutrients, but scientists are learning that a slightly less delicious organism plays a huge role in the health of salmon-producing streams and lakes. KDLG’s Ben Matheson has the story: