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Jellies belly up — Life’s no beach for jellyfish washing ashore in large die-off

By Joseph Robertia
Redoubt Reporter

The low-angle sun setting behind volcanoes across the glimmering water and painting the sky a vivid orange red, the last of the seasonal birds calling out overhead, the cessation of seasonal crowds and the lapping of waves breaking on the smooth stones and sand of the shore — going for an evening stroll on the beaches of Cook Inlet can be a serene endeavor in the fall. 697 more words

Ecology

Fire at offshore gas platform prompts evacuation

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A fire Thursday at an offshore natural gas platform in Alaska’s Cook Inlet destroyed the crew’s living quarters and forced four workers to evacuate, but no one was injured and the environmental risk was considered minimal, responders said. 424 more words

National / World

Air Station Jayhawk Rescues Two Boaters

Jay Barrett/KMXT
A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew located and rescued two overdue boaters in the vicinity of Harriet Point, near Kenai, yesterday (Sunday) afternoon. 157 more words

News

Clouds... Again

I love taking star photos.  I jump on every chance to take them.  I tried to take a few tonight, but the weather had other plans.   142 more words

Photography

Alaska Fisheries Report

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Coming up this week, What were then three candidates for Alaska governor debated fish in Kodiak last week, and even though there are now just two of them, we’ll hear from all three. 36 more words

Alaska Fisheries Report