There are few genetic studies of Pacific herring in Alaska, particularly in regions that have experienced a recent decline in stocks, such as Prince William Sound in the central Gulf of Alaska (GOA), and Lynn Canal
in southeast Alaska.
A quarter-century later, the US Army built its first Alaskan post, Fort William Henry Seward, to guard commerce in the Lynn Canal
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) consolidated their behavioral health services with Lynn Canal
Cruising north from Juneau to Skagway, the majestic Lynn Canal
remains stupendous with mountains and occasional glaciers paralleling the route.
The Alaska Marine Highway, the inexpensive state ferry system, spirited us up the Lynn Canal
to Skagway, a recreated gold-rush town at the foot of the Chilkoot Trail and Homer where the southeast Alaska Fair offered blue-grass bands, gold panning and axethrowing competitions.
The Campaign to Safeguard America's Waters (C-SAW) and other clean water groups working in Alaska are excited that the EPA recently denied permission to Coeur d'Alene Mines (Berner's Bay, Alaska) to dispose of tailings at the bottom of Lynn Canal
In an effort to cut costs, Coeur d'Alene hoped to exchange its dry tailings facility (i.
The Mount Roberts Tramway takes you from sea level at the cruise-ship dock 1,749 feet up in 4 1/2 minutes, offering panoramic views of downtown Juneau, Douglas Island, and Lynn Canal
Nestled in a valley at the end of the Lynn Canal
on southeast Alaska's Inside Passage, Skagway was the jumping-off point a century ago for tens of thousands of gold rush stampeders on their way to the Klondike.
Alaska Power & Telephone, or AP&T, plans expansion of data bandwidth capacity in the Upper Lynn Canal
region of Alaska via placement of new fiber optic undersea cable facilities in Southeast Alaska this year.
Across the Lynn Canal
, Haines was a bastion of Army tradition; recruits drilled on the parade ground, and inside clapboard houses officers' wives served tea.