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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:28 min | Last month

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Native America Calling

"We're standing by waiting for your call. We'd love to hear from anybody up there in Alaska with their boots on the ground, who can give us a little bit more insight as to what's going on. And speaking with us next is Dennis Robinson and this is somebody who can certainly provide a little bit of on the ground insight. He is the president of the color wing and tribe of unalaska. Dennis, thanks for joining us. Yes. Thank you for having me. Dennis, it's great to have you on the air and please help our listeners who might not be familiar with the geography of Alaska. Where is your community located? We are approximately while 800 miles southwest of anchorage. We're out in the aleutian chain, we're a hundred miles off of the tip of the Alaska Peninsula. Okay, so very, very remote area out there. And please tell us more this crisis that we're learning about today, the declining number of crabs. How is it impacting the people in the families and your community? Well, what on Alaska is the largest fishing port in the United States is in terms of poundage delivered. And our main industry is a support industry for the fishing vessels efficient in the Bering sea. And those are the family owned businesses, some of the businesses that come from other states that operate up here to support the industry. And with this cut in, I mean, without having a crab both either king crab and the epithelial crab seasons, it's going to be a significant hit to our municipal budget and the municipality provides all of the services that people need in electricity, water sewer, landfill, et cetera. And but when we don't have the season, we can't quantify how much we lose in tax revenues and revenues from the support sector. What we do know is looking at our raw fish tax, which we have here in the municipality. We're looking at probably somewhere between the two and $3 million cut to our revenues. Which is short, just shy of 10%. So highly, highly significant there in terms of what it takes to run programs and services and all the infrastructure that's tied in with this community, but also what about the families who make their livings. I understand you have second and third generation crab fishing families. What's happening with them? Well, I like to highlight the tell people that we've been here for 10,000 years. And. Yes, those families. Like I said, rely on supporting the fishing industry. And those revenues are cut. But we look on the last we look at, I suppose, the bigger picture because we not only focused just on the crab,

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I just wanted to throw that in. There are so many things in the book that amazed me. You talk about the Arctic turn of obviously a bird that engages in long distance navigation, manx, sheer waters. Some of the names of these birds are beautiful manx. Shear waters are sure birds that migrate between the east coast of South America and several small islands near Wales and Scotland where they breed and raise their young. Besides the long distance, there are several other notable aspects of sheer water migration. One is that the adults initiate their return flight to South America before the juvenile birds depart. So the young birds must make the journey without any guidance from the adults. This is not uncommon in bird migration and it means that the information defining the navigation route must be pre programmed. Again, that is just astonishing to me. Absolutely astonishing. Yeah, and that's one of the most amazing things about this that we really don't understand completely how this information is actually programmed into these animals, again, it is programmed, so that means presumably that means it's fast down genetically. So it must reside in the genome in some fashion, and then when the next generation of birds are born, they already know what direction to fly to their migration. And everything about that is hard to explain because it involves first of all information. What are the information you can come from? How does it get into the genome if that's where it's located? And then it's programmed into their brains. Well, again, it seems to me that the obvious thesis, the one that seems the most obvious would be that there's a designer, but obviously many people in the scientific community, they can not abide even considering that thesis. And so I think generally they have to ignore these things because one could spend one's lifetime looking into this and not getting very far. I mean, you go to some extent because you have a history of studying navigation and as an engineer. But some of this stuff just beggars belief. It's so beautiful and so impressive that it's just hard to know what to make of it except to be in awe of it. We're going to go to another break folks. The book, which I recommend highly is animal algorithms evolution and the mysterious origin of ingenious instincts by Eric castle will be right back. 44 like a rocket sled on rails. We tore up all of our swindle sheets and left and setting on the scales. By the time we hit that shy town, then bears was getting smart. They'd brought up some free and folks. I'm talking to Eric castle, CAS, ELL. He's the author of animal algorithms. Full of extraordinary information. Eric, I was just reading here that one species of migratory shorebird breeds in the Arctic regions, it's called the bar tailed godwit. I love the names of these birds. But you set you write that there are four subspecies that migrate to different regions with the most interesting being the Alaskan godwit, which migrates between either New Zealand or Australia in the southern hemisphere to western Alaska in the northern hemisphere. And this is what kills me. You write the migratory route consists of a series of non stop flights. One bar tailed godwit that was tagged with a satellite tracking device was recorded flying nonstop for 6 thousand 350 miles from New Zealand to China. Then after feeding for 5 weeks, it flew another 4013 miles to the Alaska Peninsula, even more impressively impressively the same bird flew the return route to New Zealand covering 7189 miles non stop in 8 days that's an average speed of about 35 mph for close to 200 hours. I mean, the book is full of stuff like this and it just can not help fill you with awe and wonder at some of these creatures whose names we've never heard before. Yeah, some of those behaviors of a particularly these long distance migrating birds is, like you say, it's pretty amazing. But it's amazing for a number of different reasons. One is the navigation ability that we've already talked about, but the other is the physical capabilities of these birds to fly thousands of miles nonstop and what happens is that the birds go through a process prior to migrating, there's a lot of physiological changes that take place and one of which is obviously they must eat a lot of food to store up enough calories for the journey. Eat a lot of people. Right. And then there's sort of a switch that goes on in the brain, apparently where they become solely focused during these migratory flights, they're so focused on their goal, and it is a goal. And their journey, they will ignore everything else that's going on. And in other words, for example, they might be hungry, but they don't stop. They just keep flying, and they'll lose a large percentage of their body weight during these journeys. But the fact is that they have this goal. And they're going to complete the goal, no matter what..

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on The Wild

The Wild

04:47 min | 7 months ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on The Wild

"See. Oh, she's got her arms around. Yes, yes. The pot looks so relaxed sitting on its mom. Even as they both disappear behind a ten foot wave and then reappear and surf over the next one. Sea otters only been seen at this spot for about the last ten years, and it's mostly been males because they're usually the ones that make the first push into a new area. Sean used to only see males when she was doing observations from this spot. And now we're seeing females or pups. So we really know that this is like the extension of their range where they're here to stay if you have the females with pups. This is a pioneering female planting a flag that this is now otter territory once again. It is exciting, even if it is a little stressful to see a way out there in such rough water. But it's kind of like, hey, mama, get to some calmer water here. Yeah. Oh, he's looking around. He's like, what do you do? So cute. Any creature that can survive. Never mind thrive in this type of ecosystem, is impressive. I'm overwhelmed by the experience of witnessing the wildness of this place. I know I've run out of adjectives. Yeah. In a place like this. Sometimes there are no words. No. It's just. Wow. And to think that this mother is here now, because her great great great great grandparents 7 generations ago were refugees from a nuclear threat. Because of those translocations from amchitka island and the foresight that it took to bring them here. There are now continuous sea otter populations from Washington, northwards through the coast of British Columbia in Canada, all the way up to Alaska. It's not as populous or as large as it was we think before, but we actually have sea otters that can move between each one of those all because of those translocations. So without that, we would still have sea otters probably just in the Alaska Peninsula. The aleutian chain and Prince William sound, as well as that small group in California. And across that whole range, even though the sea otters don't know it, they're out there literally maintaining the kelp ecosystem for the planet. And now Sean is working with tribes and other biologists in Oregon to the south to attempt another relocation effort there. The studying what went wrong there with the first relocation and looking at successes in other places to figure out how best to do it. If things go right, they hope to have otters back in Oregon in the next 5 to ten years. That would connect sea otters all the way from California to Alaska. A long and uninterrupted kelp highway. Sean truly believed that bringing back sea otters and with them that kelp forest home to all the areas where they used to live would help save us from climate change. Over her nearly 30 year sea otter career, Sean has never lost a simple delight, she feels for these beautiful creatures. But it's just that now she sees them differently too. As these important ecosystem allies. I guess the biggest surprise is how could something so cute where like I could literally watch sea otters forage and interact with each other and play with their babies all day long every day for the rest of my life to just know that this animal that is so enjoyable for us humans to watch that that animal can actually help us deal with climate change and help save the near shore is just amazing to me. I'm.

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Talking to Eric castle, CA SS ELL. He's the author of animal algorithms. Full of extraordinary information. Eric, I was just reading here that one species of migratory shorebird breeds in the Arctic regions, it's called the bar tailed God wit. I love these the names of these birds. But you say you write that they're four subspecies that migrate to different regions with the most interesting being the Alaskan godwit, which migrates between either New Zealand or Australia in the southern hemisphere to western Alaska in the northern hemisphere. And this is what kills me. You write the migratory route consists of a series of non stop flights. One bar tailed godwit that was tagged with a satellite tracking device was recorded flying nonstop for 6000 350 miles from New Zealand to China. Then after feeding for 5 weeks, it flew another 4013 miles to the Alaska Peninsula even more impressive impressively the same bird flew the return route to New Zealand covering 7189 miles non stop in 8 days that's an average speed of about 35 mph for close to 200 hours. I mean, the book is full of stuff like this, and it just can not help fill you with awe and wonder at some of these creatures whose names we've never heard before. Yeah. Some of those behaviors of particularly these long distance migrating birds is, like you say, it's pretty amazing. But it's amazing for a number of different reasons. One is the navigation ability that we've already talked about. But the other is the physical capabilities of these birds to fly thousands of miles nonstop. And what happens is that the birds going through a process, prior to migrating, there's a lot of physiological changes that take place and one of which is obviously they must eat a lot of food to store up enough calories for the journey. It's called curveball loading. It's called carbo loading. Eat a lot of people. And then there's sort of a switch that goes on in the brain apparently where they become solely focused during these migratory flights, they're so focused on their goal and it is a goal. And their journey, they will ignore everything else that's going on. And in other words, for example, they might be hungry, but they don't stop. They just keep flying. And they'll lose a large percentage of their body weight during these journeys. But the fact is that they have this goal. And they're going to complete.

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Brand folks. I'm talking to Eric castle, CA SS ELL. He's the author of animal algorithms. Full of extraordinary information. Eric, I was just reading here that one species of migratory shorebird breeds in the Arctic regions, it's called the bar tailed God wit. I love these the names of these birds. But you say you write that they're four subspecies that migrate to different regions with the most interesting being the Alaskan godwit, which migrates between either New Zealand or Australia in the southern hemisphere to western Alaska in the northern hemisphere. And this is what kills me. You write the migratory route consists of a series of non stop flights. One bar tailed godwit that was tagged with a satellite tracking device was recorded flying nonstop for 6000 350 miles from New Zealand to China. Then after feeding for 5 weeks, it flew another 4013 miles to the Alaska Peninsula even more impressive impressively the same bird flew the return route to New Zealand covering 7189 miles non stop in 8 days that's an average speed of about 35 mph for close to 200 hours. I mean, the book is full of stuff like this, and it just can not help fill you with awe and wonder at some of these creatures whose names we've never heard before. Yeah. Some of those behaviors of particularly these long distance migrating birds is, like you say, it's pretty amazing. But it's amazing for a number of different reasons. One is the navigation ability that we've already talked about. But the other is the physical capabilities of these birds to fly thousands of miles nonstop. And what happens is that the birds going through a process, prior to migrating, there's a lot of physiological changes that take place and one of which is obviously they must eat a lot of food to store up enough calories for the journey. It's called curveball loading. It's called carbo

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Author Eric Cassell's Book 'Animal Algorithms' Is Full of Extraordinary Information

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

Author Eric Cassell's Book 'Animal Algorithms' Is Full of Extraordinary Information

"Brand folks. I'm talking to Eric castle, CA SS ELL. He's the author of animal algorithms. Full of extraordinary information. Eric, I was just reading here that one species of migratory shorebird breeds in the Arctic regions, it's called the bar tailed God wit. I love these the names of these birds. But you say you write that they're four subspecies that migrate to different regions with the most interesting being the Alaskan godwit, which migrates between either New Zealand or Australia in the southern hemisphere to western Alaska in the northern hemisphere. And this is what kills me. You write the migratory route consists of a series of non stop flights. One bar tailed godwit that was tagged with a satellite tracking device was recorded flying nonstop for 6000 350 miles from New Zealand to China. Then after feeding for 5 weeks, it flew another 4013 miles to the Alaska Peninsula even more impressive impressively the same bird flew the return route to New Zealand covering 7189 miles non stop in 8 days that's an average speed of about 35 mph for close to 200 hours. I mean, the book is full of stuff like this, and it just can not help fill you with awe and wonder at some of these creatures whose names we've never heard before. Yeah. Some of those behaviors of particularly these long distance migrating birds is, like you say, it's pretty amazing. But it's amazing for a number of different reasons. One is the navigation ability that we've already talked about. But the other is the physical capabilities of these birds to fly thousands of miles nonstop. And what happens is that the birds going through a process, prior to migrating, there's a lot of physiological changes that take place and one of which is obviously they must eat a lot of food to store up enough calories for the journey. It's called curveball loading. It's called carbo

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And he's near the finish line Hey Alex great to be with you Scott Okay let's start with the women's race What did you see Well I was right there when she crossed the finish line and you heard all those cheering crowds and it was so great to be back in downtown Boston for a marathon since there hasn't been one for two and a half years It was just great to see all the people on the streets and just incredible cheering for her when she finished the race It was really interesting that women a big pack early on Lots of women sharing the lead But at the point in the race where the course turns by a firehouse and heads up into these hills in Newton she took off she took me to break and she really controlled the race from there and we've heard of heartbreak hill as that where she was right It was a little bit before that but it's typically where the race is sometimes decided in that part of the race is about 1819 20 miles in and she just controlled it from there and won the race Easily Kenyan women also finished second third and fourth Good day for Kenya on the women's side And on the men's side so on the men's side was there any drama before on the men's side across the tape You know the funny thing or not funny but interesting thing about the men's race is you don't often see this in marathons but American CJ albertson just took off if by himself early on in the race he was out there in front I think he was ahead by a minute and 40 seconds at some point And he ran that way for a long time but eventually wow caught up with him And that often happens as well I think he took the lead around with around three miles to go and won the race by more than 40 seconds Albertson said he didn't regret the front running and he finished tenth I should mention though Scott should also point out that the wheelchair races today which were the ones I found really fascinating because you saw kenyons in the men's and women's races a Swiss seat a Swiss sweep in the women's and men's wheelchair races Marcel hoog Manuel lashar who go on here for the 5th time Boston winning gloss Yeah Sharp for the third time and who he won despite making a wrong turn on the course which you don't often see So that was kind of interesting Daniel romberg finished second in the men's wheelchair race yesterday in the Chicago marathon Yesterday I said in the Chicago Bears yesterday he beat who got some revenge today and he talked about their rivalry We'll have a big showdown in New York It's a totally different cars different We have time now to recover Yeah wow well what an essential ritual day for the city of Boston coming back as you describe Alex for the first time in two years plus Thanks Alex Near the finish line Yeah Great to talk to you You're welcome Scott And to Alaska now where salmon runs have sustained generations of native people in small fishing communities But now in many parts of the state those runs have dwindled And that includes the chignik river along the Alaska Peninsula residents there are now struggling to store enough fish for the winter Izzie Ross of Alaska's energy desk has more from a group that fierce it's losing a fishing tradition How do you swear restaurant Gene Carlson drives through the narrow winding streets of chic mcbay Those are crossover web blocks over there Which is shut down now Here's another one my cousin's house Not living there anymore The chicken Nick area has been home to native people for millennia and in the late 1800s chink bay was established as a fishing community as more people of a lutic aleut Russian and Scandinavian descent moved to the area Now about 90 residents live here year round During the summer people would normally be out fishing commercially or filling smokehouses with subsistence catch But for four years now the sockeye and chinook returns to chignik have been extremely low It is what it is I guess Kind of glad I'm old You know the younger people are gonna have to do something else There's no way that anybody Have a lifestyle any sort of this kind of fishing Carlson was born in picnic bay and has fished commercially since he was a kid in 1961 Now he lives in Washington state and usually returns for the summer But he says this may be his last season here If we have another prediction like this year I don't think I'd come back you know Expensive 'cause you know when we come back we bring food for the whole summer and because we gotta feed our crews What you get to find anymore The village of chickpea lagoon is about an hour's boat ride along the bay's shoreline You can see it up ahead of us here George Anderson fish's commercially and for subsistence.

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Through twelve public schools since two thousand seven the state has provided three point five million dollars per year to support the indian education for all act. This suit says there's not enough oversight on curriculum outcomes or how districts are managing funds. Melody mccoy is a native american rights fund attorney on the case she says public schools are supposed to use the money to integrate indigenous education into the whole curriculum. It might will be that. Some of this is happening. What we're not seeing is that it's being reported and we're not seeing that the state is requiring it to be reported. Mccoy says that funds might be being spent on inappropriate material but without proper documentation. It's hard to know we did find that one. School district had purchased a book about scotto and the miracle of thanksgiving and reported back as an indian education for all expenditure. The lawsuit is seeking that state officials and agencies meet reporting and compliance standards in consultation with the tribes for national native news. I'm taylor stagner a magnitude eight point. Two earthquake hit offshore of the alaska peninsula. This week the national soon nami center issued warnings for much of the gulf of alaska coastline gene carlson as a commercial fisherman and chick bay he says. The earthquake was particularly violent things. Were falling out of the cabinet and georgia. Flopping open looked up. My car was jumping around on the road and it was there was a lot of landslides here too. You could see just clouds of dust. Everyone is so. Yeah then we gather ourselves with one like that. You never know what you're gonna get a title with so people are running all over. The cars get up on the hill. There were no immediate reports of major damage or injuries. It was the state's largest earthquake since one sixty five officials say any waves were likely to be smaller than a foot. Carlson says he had not heard of any damage though he was checking again. Watch the title if we had a little tight because if went out and then came back in pretty good washington over you know the national sue. Nami warning center recommends that anyone with damage to report should contact their local emergency manager or their local national weather service office. Lemme carver's tribal leaders. Members of grassroots groups delivered a totem pole thursday to the biden administration in washington d. c. It was their final stop after a cross country journey highlighting indigenous issues and sacred site protection. Cover doug james says. The totem is a gift for the people animals and the earth for those. That don't have voices that's who are reaching out to. We're just asking each and every one of you to come together with one heart and one mind. I swallow i swallow greens to be of one heart and one mind so that you know i just wanna say hi scud. Stella jesse to all my relations osteo the totem pole event on the national mall with live streamed featuring speakers from the biden administration and tribal leaders from across the country. I'm antonio gonzales. National native news is produced by juan broadcast corporation with funding by the corporation for public broadcasting support.

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Dailycast News

Dailycast News

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Dailycast News

"This is news headlines in four minutes with alan edwards. The nation's millions of federal workers will be required to verify that they've been vaccinated against a corona virus or else face mandatory masking weekly testing distancing. Another new rules the by the administration announced thursday. It's important thing is if people are vaccinated the transmission rate drops through the four and. That's all we're trying to do is still a question whether the federal government can mandate the whole country. I know that the new strict guidelines are aimed at boosting sluggish vaccination rates among the huge numbers of americans who draw federal paychecks and to set an example for private employers around the country fueled by vaccinations and government aid. The us economy grew at a solid six point. Five percent annual rate last quarter in another sign that the nation is achieved sustained recovery from the pandemic recession. The total size of the economy has now surpassed its pre pandemic level. The latest figure fell well below the eight percent plus annual growth rate. That many economists have predicted for the second quarter the first group of twenty five hundred interpreters and their families evacuated from afghanistan has landed just outside washington. Dc they will remain at the nearby fort. Lee army base as they complete the special immigration visa process their processes offered to those who worked with the us government or american military forces during the afghan war which began in two thousand one threats against afghans. Who helped the us have risen. Among taliban advances intense fighting has been reported in ethiopia's m harris state the latest sign that the war that erupted in tigray region in november is spreading federal forces as well as harrow. Regional troops were involved in fighting tigray rebels on three fronts. This is despite the government. Saying a unilateral cease fire declared. Last month has not been suspended. All sides have accused each other of escalating the conflict. Now this don't get fees get frontier no hidden monthly fees for fifty nine ninety nine a month plus taxes and government charges gigs for digital services at huge discounts. Go to gate. Newton dot com and create your free account today former cardinal theodore mccarrick. Who was defrocked. After a vatican investigation confirmed he had sexually molested adults as well as children has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy during a wedding reception in massachusetts in nineteen. Seventy four court records show. Monica patterson reports mccarrick is the first cardinal in the us to ever be criminally charged with a sexual crime against a minor according to mitchell garabedian. A well known lawyer for church sexual abuse victims who is representing the man alleging the abuse by mccarrick the largest earthquake in the united states and the last half century produced a lot of shaking but spared alaska of any major damage in a sparsely populated. Region officials said thursday the magnitude eight point. Two earthquake was reported about ten fifteen pm. Wednesday and struck just south of alaska peninsula nearly five hundred miles southwest of anchorage though quake was about twenty nine miles below the surface of the north pacific ocean according to the us geological survey us olympic swimmer. Caleb drizzle won his first individual gold medal of the two thousand twenty summer olympic games in the man's 100-meter-freestyle in tokyo on thursday drexel exploded at the star to lead the entirety of the race finishing with a time of forty seven point zero two seconds team. Usa.

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Tsunami Warnings Issued After Magnitude 8.2 Earthquake Hits off Alaska

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Tsunami Warnings Issued After Magnitude 8.2 Earthquake Hits off Alaska

"Powerful earthquake struck the Alaska Peninsula last night, and a tsunami warning was issued for parts of the Alaska coast. U. S geological Services. The shallow 8.2 magnitude quake was followed by at least seven aftershocks, at least one of them more than magnitude 6.0 So far, there is no word on injuries or

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8.2-Magnitude Earthquake off Alaska Prompts Tsunami Warning

Red Eye Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

8.2-Magnitude Earthquake off Alaska Prompts Tsunami Warning

"Earthquake of magnitude eight point to hit the Alaska Peninsula late on Wednesday, prompting tsunami ward warnings. In the region. There was no immediate reports of loss of life. Or property, the U. S Geological Survey said The quake, which struck at 10:15 P.m. local time was that the death of 35, kilometers In Alaska. The National Tsunami Warning Center issued warnings for southern parts the peninsula and Pacific coastal areas. It also issued a tsunami watch. For the U. S State of Hawaii. We will

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"And regulations are different. Yeah as you can run. And it's it's phony in some areas because you can live in anchorage but there's areas where if you go in your your alaska resident in a subsistence area. You can then operate under subsistence regulations. For instance a person from anchorage could go to certain areas on the alaska peninsula in run a drift gillnet for soccer. Does your brother do any of that. Like does he have access to that. No i don't know you know. They do see it gets lewis. I get a little bit over my waiters on this because they go like he every year goes dip netting so he every year goals to the copper keanae. Whatever these rivers and they'll go down there and it's like you're allowed twenty five sakai's for the head of a household intense sakai's forever your household member and you can net them. Can you explain the principle of i. I think we know what subsistence means as a word but the principle of establishing subsistence when alaska entered in its statehood. no anelka. that's what was as okay. Go ahead yeah. So the alaska national interest lands conservation act of pride got backwards but in the seventies which was what you know under under the carter administration which was what kind of created the the tapestry of a federal public lands that we know today in alaska. That's what established the reasonable subsistence boards and the system that we know and it also gave preeminence of subsistence harvest over recreational harvest. So in any of these considerations subsistence comes first the people who the people who actually live off the land they they get they get i they get i helping. You always go ahead. It doesn't need to be the you act. They don't define it doesn't need to be that you actually live off the land. It's worth live right right now billionaire and eat twinkies. I have a great example. And you could be a subsistence. You can be a subsistence user. Is just where you live. And i think pretty sure when i was talking about the dip netting I don't even think that's federal. I think that's a state thing okay. It's still stay. Think dip netting is still states thousand people. Correct me on that again. It's a it's a byzantine like regulatory structure that i know little snippets of i am not a subject matter expert on this stuff. Yeah and it is really interesting. Byzantine might be a good word for it because these regional subsistence boards of which there ten Basically can do a lot of the season setting for the area within you. Know within their kind of their their territory So this this regional subsistence board. The northwest arctic has submitted this special action request to close caribou and moose harvest during the cariboo and move season for just just this year. That's what the special action request. Twenty twenty one. August and september close to non federally qualified subsistence. If there's no way that it's the final goal here no of course not no and it's worth pointing out here that the state game agency hates this hates this their management authority. Their management authority is being pulled. Attempting people are tempting to pull their management authority from a quadrant of the state. And it's not even an issue of resource abundance No not at all. And they're fighting that that the one you mentioned the from a couple years ago previously the nell cina unit gm you. They're fighting that in court tooth and nail and They they said. I mean been mulligan who i talked to last night said like all avenues available to us. You know this is like all out war against this. So there's a hearing on april on april twenty third before the federal subsistence board. And that was pretty interesting. I i was actually able to go to it but ran four and a half hours long. They opened a five day written comment period. All of this is brand new. They're used to being a rubber stamp agency. They're used to being thanked for everything they do by these subsistence communities. Because there does. Their their government governing structure is meant to be very permissive towards these regional subsistence boards and to be to assist them and what they would like to do in the changes they'd like to seek and they're not used to anybody paying any any the slightest bit of attention. There's never more than a dozen people there and it's mostly just like agency representatives. They took spoken testimony from one hundred. Six people over six hours or something There are fourteen in support of the special action request and ninety two against it. There were several like entire families including the grandfather. Father son grandson. Kinda 'cause you're locking out a lot of stuff in the last you look at it being like outsiders versus insiders. You know certain bag limit things and like you kind of non-resident more have less. You know less access resources in. that's fine. that's that's how it goes in every state. This is like alaskans against alaska. This is saying to alaskans. You just lost access to to the northwest quadrant of your state on federal land. Our the load is also a violation. There's always been not always. I think the in the country we strive towards this sort of like separation of church and state you have a lot of federally managed lands right and i think that's a great system. Federally managed public lands are pretty secure like management lands while they found it at its best managed by the state. Some people be like. How can they both the. How can it be okay. For the government managed manage land stays lands the wildlife. It just works really good. And i don't like to see where it wound up. Yeah round up and it's been successful and people don't wanna see interrupted. Ambro are the locals that are in support of this. The minority of local center are supported as justifying it. Because they're saying they're having a harder time feeding themselves so that's what they believe that. Caribou migrations have been drastically interrupted. They're blaming that on outside hunting. Where a lot of people are like might be climate. Change the snow patterns the weather patterns. The seasonal temperature has been a lot different. Well plus my out migra. I mean it's the whole field of study..

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Evaluate your installation actually nowadays focusing on weight right what do you think that It's great to be weight conscious. And i think that You know which a lot where people are like. Well company makes insulated jacket. that way. it's no outs is in. Your guys is offering to all you know going to be twenty four and up right. I think it's important to know as she punter in general whether you're can close backpack boots doesn't really matter. You got to know when to draw the line on weight rights. I think an experienced hunter will will obviously be a little heavier right. It's kinda like that full circle. We talked about with acts Naturally we all kind of start out heavy and we get really light and then we're back almost heavy again right just because we're not willing to compromise and so insulation layer I mean obviously. We make our own in supercup jackets. Bob brought those. You know those jackets. Long time ago. I put a little spin on them here in the last couple of years. Nothing crazy But i think it's important time thinking about down. I mean obviously it's going to be more impressionable A little a little sketchy if it gets wet foot of technology. In today's world with hydrophobic down and things of that nature has really brought a good mix For my glaciers doing about the best job with hydrophobic down. I don't really think that they scan much in the amount of filled in those jackets. So again when you're laying on the side of the hill and your buddies got a lightweight incident jackson. You've got a a little bit heavier. Puffier that in your warm. And he's not right. I mean what would you be willing to fashioned. What would you be willing to pay at that. Point in time in terms of yours have to be warmer drier So ski in whether you can't not that's kind of you. And i would say. It's very relative haunts on the year But then going right into arrange alright. I think that a rain shows very important. Talk about because you have everything from rubberized gear all the way to your seven hundred dollar beta a our approach all right and where do you were you kind of. Draw the line on what you can afford. I mean up here in alaska you know on if not gonna wear rubber you should be a three layer hardshell right thing that is expensive and pack bowl but yet you know gonna keep rain off yet. I mean from an evolutionary. And i think a lot of people Don't like trade to think at the bad rap but i'm trying to curb that is because you know when i first bought work. I didn't know that there was like five. I support And experience on the mountain having the lightweight old Hundred bucks thinking that. Hey i've got gortex out to be the best rate and then come to find out what the difference between earn. Fifty dollar range. L. and a rancho well. I could be the difference between forty and trim and not right. I think that you know you really wanna pay. What you invest in in that insulate gear and that hardshell. Because i think that made him and earlier i could work on bass player than our heart ants but if you got a quality jacket and quality rain gear make in with a good pair booth the path you're going to be in in really good shape right And you know if you're gonna throw your money at and really focused on those two layers right on a really good advice Just a shout to the frontier sweaters. The there's woolly william sweater and there's a synthetic one off the synthetic one as well at all the new evac named the new novak month. Act haunt that. We've got up here. Pretty But it's an island in the last year but on present primal aloft fleets same that we use in our in our packets. A super cabinet in brooklyn refined cleats. A weeknights agent so super warm. When the dr quick. I mean both below versus kind of an old school way of of of a great mid layer. That can do a lot. Yeah love it. I i take. I take the wool. One on my hunt and i wear it all and it's it's looks good. It looks sharp. And i love it. It's one of my favorite piece of kit for all that. I wear everyday wear as well so good. I just wanted to shout out their cake cool. So let's jump on let's talk. Let's touch on on on ten. Somebody's gonna in. They need a system. They wanna get set up I run the gt. We've had some dialogue about that I know you have some thoughts on that and maybe one of the things you can touch on is you know. Are you running a bevy or a single person or you do and is it. Fifty fifty know. I me and my partner. We we split gary one tenth but i know some guys like to have their own sleeping system so further shelter system. So what are your thoughts on that. Kevin yeah absolutely. And i think it all comes down. They're not a right or wrong. Answer there i think the key would be. It's up for me to speak broad spectrum. us right. i think that speaking your language. canada. Alaska we have more hunting environments Up and where you're at I would highly fourteen right. And i think that sometimes people incorporate a fourteen inch like well. I'm not doing any winter camping right about that. I think it's when you start to get above above tree line. And you start get into scenario where you don't have trees and and you know landscape kind of braked without wind Appear like kodiak the alaska peninsula. I mean when you get into office by these glaciers teaching seventy miles an hour And even in august where it's seventy five degrees in the day. It can go at night. So i think a fourteen and ten is generally speaking like a very safe play. Obviously we hilbert primarily. We knew stongly as well that has proven to be a often But picking at is is not going to be. It's ultralight she huntington it a lot. Where guy meant okay. I have my knowledge. Gt or my like ace camp. Alcon then i wanna go light. When i spike out and i and i understand that concept in it very well may work for a lot of people but i think that one of budget perspective. It's very tough for someone to buy more than one ten. But then the more important.

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"She has been brainwashed by her main and come to the rescue her only for betty to raise the alarm the wall crawler soon as a mob of cult followers charging into the room armed with baseball. Bats the web slinger tries to get away but his warmed by the sheer numbers forced us. Violence spider man fights off his attackers sink. Betty run out of the route with lip. Sync pedi rather room spiderman follows. After her he tries to talk sense the betty but she refuses to go with him Saying this is the best thing that has ever happened to her sings. Brainwash she is spiderman. Tries to carry your alpa. She fights back something catches the here off guard because betty doesn't set off his spider sense which he should as the other has come after them spiderman webs up her arms and legs and runs for it around the corner. Spiderman is confronted by one of the cultists armed with a flame thrower. How cleans the still offer driveway. If she had snow ahead florida's they are of the view. There wasn't video again this year idiot cleaning his driveway off of the snow over the flame thrower texas. I forget where it might have been. Or alaska one of one of the peninsula states. I'm not thinking about alaska. alaska peninsula. Stay while dodging. The flame. Spiderman is distracted enough to allow betty to rip off his mask. You gotta now. You gotta get osborne. It's magnesia you're gonna go to switzerland collider to the chest or she's going Test eight face. He heard that from. Oh or i'll say she's going off that bridge Feerick betty could recognize him. Tell us about his true identity spiderman fleas being that the colt might go after mary. Jane if they discover who is running down a hallway spiderman manages to escape through an air vent and evade capture. It's fiction so course air vents make enough classic eighty hannigan via rhino kids to teenage boys. That's that's how big they are just like. Every elevator has authority top of it. I know meanwhile bend your pays a visit to leap leave monry realty than require about. Betty's apartment that has gone up for sale when he mentioned the students of love. The realtor suddenly changes her tone invites him the leave so Soc as she hops into a cab making your even more suspicious than before. Back at the cult compound peter slips through the vents. That trying to find out what's going on. In one of the rooms he spots. The man recruited betty into the call talking to their leader. A man known only as the teacher as well as his concerns about brother. Bruce's preoccupation with fire with fire which they the episodes are on. Cbs all access kids choice receive. Yes they do own die account with jones. Tbn all weren't they doing a remake of that so of course you know another one so the teacher shy just when it classic barry back not no sense not jodi show.

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"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"alaska peninsula" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"In january nineteen seventy seven. Work began on hendrix. Boat the on tarez a steel hulled vessel measuring one hundred and twenty three point five feet or thirty seven point. Six four meters in length and spanning thirty two feet are nine point seven five meters in width it's hall gleamed sky blue emblazoned with the white winged emblem the logo of the hendrick's fleet. The entire held a deep fourteen thousand gallon centerline fuel tank. Four double bottom fuel tanks six wing tanks and for big crab tanks once the builders launched the entire. He's experts conducted stability tests on the vessel to determine the material strength of the hall and the equilibrium of the boat according to coastguards statistics at the time the entire east was built material. Failure or instability accounted for eighty five percent of the known causes of why boats sink at sea while the tests were expensive. It was essential to compute the stability of a vessel with a new design once the designer determined this ability he calculated guidelines constituting a stability letter. This critical letter remained on board the boat and recommended. How a skipper should load the boat to avoid it from rolling over and capsizing usually a role of more than thirty to thirty five degrees was considered unsafe. The stability letter recommended. How many pounds of gear should be stacked on deck as well as how much fuel the tanks should carry an which tank should be emptied first stability shifts when the crab tanks are full of water and crab win tons of ice cake the deck railings and gear while traveling and rough seas and cold temperatures. The stability changes again in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven when the unserious was built. The coastguard did not require a stability letter for commercial fishing vessels but insurance companies preferred stability letter and jeff wanted to letter to keep a vessel and crew safe and to understand how much weight his boats could carry and how the weight should be distributed after building. The antares hendrix commissioned the americas and al tear. These boats were built on the same pattern as the antares and instead of paying for multiple expensive stability tests hendrix. Use the stability letter from the tarez for all three boats by the early one thousand nine hundred eighty s hendricks had expanded his fleet of a boats and decided he needed to diversify the use of his vessels for other fisheries in addition to the short winner crab season. He followed the lead of russian japanese norwegian and german boat-owners and added gear to his crap catchers so they could be used as fishing trawlers when the crab season ended hendrix new adding heavy trawling gear to his vessels meant he would need to reduce the number of crab pots on the boats but he believed in the long run. He would make more money. By extending the seasons of the boats by trawling for pollock adding trawling gear would also allow the vessels to operate nearly year round in early nineteen eighty one. The first trawl gear fittings added more than five tons to the alley. Esca antares america's and al tear hendrix did not add trawling gear to the slightly smaller alliance in december nineteen eighty-one hendrix. Added nearly twenty two additional tons of trawling gear to the four votes because of the added weight of the trawling gear the captains the boats varied the trim of their vessels to maintain their stability these changes included reducing the number of crab pots and reconfiguring fuel tank. Loads some of the captain's also began experimenting with flooding. The crab tanks for gentler ride george nations. The captain of the americas favored cross tanking or flooding crab tanks diagonal to each other. Tragedy struck the tories in one thousand nine hundred eighty two near false pass three hundred miles west of the alaska peninsula when the hydraulic system caught on fire and flames consume the boat the crewmen escaped in life rafts and were rescued but the burned out hall of the tarez sank as it was being towed.

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7.5 magnitude Alaska earthquake triggers tsunami advisory

Eric Metaxas

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

7.5 magnitude Alaska earthquake triggers tsunami advisory

"Tsunami warning center has downgraded a tsunami warning to a tsunami advisory after a reported 7.5 magnitude earthquake on the Alaska Peninsula on Monday. That warning issued by the National Tsunami Warning Center following an earthquake off Sandpoint, the Alaskan earthquake center said the quake was widely felt in communities along the southern coast. A 5.2 aftershock was reported 11 minutes later.

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7.5 magnitude Alaska earthquake triggers tsunami advisory

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

7.5 magnitude Alaska earthquake triggers tsunami advisory

"Tsunami Warning Center has downgraded a tsunami warning to a tsunami advisory after that, reported 7.5 magnitude earthquake off the Alaska Peninsula today, the Alaskan earthquake center said the quake was widely felt in communities along the southern coast was followed by a 5.2 aftershock about 11 minutes later in roughly the same area of southeast Alaska.

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7.8-magnitude earthquake in Alaska prompts brief tsunami warning

Glenn Beck

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

7.8-magnitude earthquake in Alaska prompts brief tsunami warning

"Lifted two hours after an earthquake off the coast. Randy Baldwin with the U. S Geological Survey says it was a strong one magnitude 7.8. This quick happened about 200 miles southwest of Kodiak Island, south of the Alaska Peninsula area there no reports of damage or injuries. America's listing the Fox needs.

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Aniakchak

Travel with Rick Steves

04:44 min | 2 years ago

Aniakchak

"The any AC national monument and preserve gets the fewest visitors of any national park, and it boasts no rangers. No trails and no waiting in line. All the more reason Christopher Solomon went out of his way to hike a few summers ago. Chris, welcome great to be here. Is this actually a national park or what's the technicality they're. Technically Rick any act check national. Monument and preserve is its name and it. It is not a national park, but it is the least visited unit of the four hundred and one properties in the national park system, so nobody goes there white. Why do they even bother thinking of it? As part of the system you, you'd think that the least visited might be something like the Martin Van Buren national birthplace right, but no It's Antioch Chat in two. Thousand Twelve Anne check had nineteen visitors last year might have picked up to a hundred or so and you were there with how? How many people in your party three of us three of us now? Where is it and how do you get? There visualizes for me if you look at the map of Alaska Alaska? has this big tale that kind of frozen, fourteen hundred mile tail, that wags westward at come shotgun, and that's the Aleutian islands and the base of that tail is the Alaska Peninsula, and that's where any act check. You know if I wanted to go there next week. Where would I fly? What I just rent a car and drive there, or how'd I get that so one of the reasons rick? Not, very popular is it's hard to get to from Seattle where I live. It took US three flights to anchorage to King Salmon to Port Heiden which is just an airstrip built for World War Two in the middle of nowhere on the Bering Sea and then we backed packed with sixty five pound packs for twenty two miles to reach the centerpiece of the the. The National Monument, which is a gorgeous volcanic crater, so ease of access is not one of its selling points. Is it worth the trouble? Yeah, I was thinking about this on the drive over here and how to summarize it. I have had the good fortune to travel all over the world as a travel writer, I was with a photographer who shoots pictures all over. Over the world and beautiful places we agreed we'd never seen a place as unique as okay. How can you write in? Your article is just gorgeous about this that it was mind-bending. Lee Gorgeous is the desolation that's part of it, or what makes it better than just going to any national park, so maybe to convey what it's like I need to tell you just. Just a little bit about its geologic in human history, which is more interesting than it sounds about the time. The Egyptians were ruling the world. A seven thousand foot volcano blew its top with a with a force of ten thousand nuclear bombs ruined the bigger eruptions we we know of, and then the volcano collapsed on itself and created a crater that could swallow Manhattan. That crater filled with water, so it looked like crater lake national park, then that lake blew out in his biblical flood in over the next couple thousand years, this lost worlds was sort of created inside that crater, and it just went kind of unnoticed, except for the native peoples for thousands of years until nineteen thirty, when this man called the glacier priests arrived, and the Glacier priest was father, Bernard, how he's one of these Jesuit priests who was cut from the old cloth, swashbuckling sort of Jesuits, and he, he barnstorm all over the forty-ninth state, having these wild adventures by Bush plane. Plane by dog sled is write ups win the Saturday Evening Post and the National Geographic and in nineteen thirty, he wrote about visiting Antioch Check, and he described it as paradise found this this lost world where orchids bloomed in the volcanically warmed soil, and the rabbits were gigantic, and they came up and walked right up to his crew, which was a bunch of the Santa Clara football players, and and they felt bad killing them to eat them, but they did anyway. Did you read his writing the in preparation for your trip so I? Did I read about his writings about the great? Great Moon Crater of the earth called it, and then what happened is he wanted to go back the next year nineteen, thirty one and any act check blew up again, and he goes back and talks about it no longer in these Milton, s Kinda paradise found terms, but but in this dante-esque hellish terms describes himself peering into this blackened inferno, and then they go into the crater a couple months after it's blown up again, and they nearly die of poisonous gasses, and they're, and they're put their beans on a funeral and their beans Boileau, and they shove a thermometer in the ground. Ground thermometer explodes, and it's just this hellish wild landscape. That's the setting we go back eight years later. Just kinda see what it's like, and a lot of the soot has washed off from that nineteen thirty one explosion, but it has this kind of Sier Flinty beauty desolation sublime.

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U.S. judge strikes down land swap for road through Alaska wildlife refuge

Pacifica Evening News

00:57 sec | 4 years ago

U.S. judge strikes down land swap for road through Alaska wildlife refuge

"A federal court judge says Trump administration plans for a road through a national wildlife refuge in Alaska, violates federal law and order today by US district court judge Sharon Gleason, halts plans for the road through Isan Beck national wildlife refuge near the tip of the Alaska peninsula. The refuge encompasses internationally recognized habitat for migrating waterfowl, the village of king cove and Alaska state officials want the road for land access to an all-weather airport at the nearby community of cold bay judge Gleeson ruled that. A a swap of refuge land for private land signed by former interior secretary Ryan Zinke was illegal. She said federal law required. The administration to acknowledge it was reversing previous policy and provide an explanation

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