Information about Nature in Alaska
The following PDF's and other information are available for free downloading from this site.
Blending In by Dan Kehlenbach a fun article on how animals blend in with their environment
For good information on marine fishes of the Arctic look at /sites/default/files/Marine_Fishes_Arctic_Region_Vol_1_Feb_2018.pdf
Dolly Varden Rearing Fish Studies by Steve Eliott and Bob Armstrong
Fish Feel Pain, Now What? https://www.hakaimagazine.com/features/fish-feel-pain-now-what/
High Cockscomb reproductive biology by Ronald M. Coleman
For good information on the value of salmon carcasses in certain ecosystems look at Fish_Mag_V24No10p6-15_Pacific_salmon_carcasses_essential_contributions
Decay fungi-indicators in Southeast Alaska by Paul Hennon and Ken Dinsmore
A great source of information about habitats in Juneau and Southeast Alaska can be found at http://www.juneaunature.org/
ECOLOGICAL ATLAS OF THE BERING, CHUKCHI, AND BEAUFORT SEAS can be found at http://ak.audubon.org/conservation/download-ecological-atlas-bering-chukchi-and-beaufort-seas
ECOLOGICAL ATLAS OF SOUTHEAST ALASKA can be found at http://ak.audubon.org/conservation/tongass-national-forest
Flies -- for a great website look at http://www.diptera.info/news.php
Slugs of British Columbia -- a key to http://www.ou.edu/cas/botany-micro/ben/ben320.html
Other Natural Things
For good information on Southeast Alaska and elswhere look at this website by Mary Willson https://onthetrailsjuneau.wordpress.com/author/onthetrailsjuneau/
Enjoying Nature in Alaska through Video by Bob Armstrong and Doug Jones If the links to the videos do not work download the file and open in Adobe Reader.
Coastal Strawberry The Pacific Beach Strawberry by USDA
Power Point Presentations
These presentations are ones I have made over the years on nature in Alaska. For ease of viewing I have saved them as a video.
Life around Mendenhall Glacier for more information look at Life around the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau Alaska
Photographing Nature in Alaska to understand the stories behind these photos look at Photographing Nature in Alaska by Robert H. Armstrong