Steven Heimel

February 9, 2017

Alaska Forum on the Environment – Day Three: Stories only we can tell

Anchorage 2/9/16 “We can tell our stories!” The speech to open Day Three of the Forum came from Terry Chapin, a University of Alaska Fairbanks emeritus […]
February 8, 2017

Alaska Forum on the Environment – Day Two: where will you be working?

Anchorage 2/8/16 These conversations are everywhere in the halls of the two science conventions I have attended in Anchorage – “Do you know where you’re going […]
February 7, 2017

Alaska Forum on the Environment – Day One: the first Bering Sea transboundary spill

Anchorage 2/7/16 The transboundary fuel spill in the Bering Sea that everybody’s been waiting for has already happened, and because of chilled relations with Russia, the […]
February 3, 2017

Unexpected effects from low doses of toxins from harmful algal blooms

remote sensing based image of 2015 algal bloom from NOAA’s Johanna Eurich reports from the Alaska Marine Science Symposium 1/23-26/2017 There is growing evidence that […]