Mary Auld, KUAC - Fairbanks
The scientists found clues about Kik’s life in the isotopes in the fossil.
State biologists completed an annual survey of the Innoko-Yukon River wood bison population earlier this summer, and they say the results show the animals are doing well six years after a seed group of bison was released in the area.
A California-based technology company successfully dropped supplies from airplanes into remote towns and government facilities in rural Alaska this summer. It was the first time a private company delivered supplies that way.
A new study from the University of Alaska Fairbanks uncovers how arctic ground squirrels recycle nutrients to stay healthy during their long hibernations.
But biologists note that the decline wasn't as bad as in previous year's, which they hope shows that the population is adapting to their new home.
The university hired a Esports coordinator this summer.