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NOAA’s Teacher At Sea Program Unveils Latest Children’s Book Focusing on Life Aboard a Hydrographic Survey Ship Off Alaska

7/26/2007 NOAA’s Teacher at Sea program has unveiled its third in a series of four planned children’s books. The latest is about the experiences of teacher Linda Armwood aboard NOAA ship Fairweather More

National Preserve Protects Arctic Land Bridge
That Once Connected Asia to North America

7/3/2007 The National Park Service's Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is a small remnant of the land bridge, also known as Beringia, that people crossed 10,000 years ago to enter North America from Asia. More

The Prehistory of Alaska as Preserved in the National Park System

7/3/2007 The National Park Service maintains documents that provide an overview of the prehistory of Alaska as represented in the national park system, including Gates of the Arctic National Park. More