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Unalakleet seen through the sparse trees and foliage of the Alaska sub-Arctic.
Alaska, Unalakleet 2010 August
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Remains of cargo plane used for storage at Unalakleet Airport.
Alaska, Unalakleet 2010 August
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Bush plane with oversize tires at Unalakleet Airport. Bush airliner is white aircraft in background.
Alaska, Unalakleet 2010 August
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Interior of bush airliner on the trip from Unalakleet to Anchorage. Security seems a little lighter than in the Lower 48.
Alaska, Unalakleet 2010 August
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Flying over the Unalakleet River Delta showing oxbow lakes and bends on the low gradient area next to Norton Sound.
Alaska, Unalakleet 2010 August
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Flying over the Unalakleet River Delta in the late afternoon on the way to Anchorage. Norton Sound in upper right.
Alaska, Unalakleet 2010 August
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Kathy and William Ruddy, noted Alaskan historians, ethnographers, and legal authorities, examining the Kohklux map brought by Dr. John Cloud to Alaska for use by scholars and native corporations. This was made possible through a grant from NOAA's Preserve America Initiative.
Alaska, Juneau area 2010 September
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Glacial outwash line is demarcated by juncture between aqua and darker waters.
Alaska, Lynn Canal 2010 September
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A scene on Lynn Canal with cloud-shrouded mountain peaks.
Alaska, Lynn Canal 2010 September
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Near the junction of the MacKenzie and Red River of the North.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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A fall scene along the Dempster Highway headed north to the MacKenzie River
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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A fall scene along the Dempster Highway headed north to the MacKenzie River. Cloud reflections on the Peel River.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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A scene along the Peel River on the Dempster Highway.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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A stand of rosehips, a major source of vitamin C, along the Peel River.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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A view along the Peel River along the Dempster Highway.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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A view along the Dempster Highway while traveling above the Yukon River. This is known as the Den of the Giant Frog, Ts'al Cho An in northern Tutchone, an Athabascan native language. This is shown on Chief Kohklux's map of the Yukon.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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White volcanic ash layer which marks major volcanic eruption. This layer is known as the White River Ash and was formed from a super eruption of Mount Churchill in about 650 A.D. Mount Churchill is located close to Mt. St. Elias.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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A view along the Yukon River looking towards the area of the Den of the Giant Frog, Ts'al Cho An in northern Tutchone, an Athabascan native language. This is shown on Chief Kohklux's map of the Yukon.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Dr. John Cloud north of the Arctic Circle (just north).
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Crossing the Arctic Red river at Tsiigehtchic.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Crossing the Arctic Red river at Tsiigehtchic.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Downtown inner city Inuvik near the delta of the MacKenzie River.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Inuvik community greenhouse established in cooperation with Aurora Community College.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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The Catholic Church at Inuvik, known as the "Igloo Church."
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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The "Drunken Forest", black spruce near the Arctic tree line. These trees are tipping because the underlying permafrost is melting and refreezing throughout the seasons. During melt periods, the trees tip over.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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A scene along the MacKenzie River, the second longest river in North America and the largest north flowing river.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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The village of Tsiigehtchic on the Arctic Red River in Canada's Northwest Territories.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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A fish smokehouse in Tsiigehtchic at the junction of the Arctic Red River and the Mackenzie River.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Curing whitefish - this process produces dryfish, a hardly smoked dried fish. This is a solar dried fish. These fish are not salted, thus deteriorate more rapidly than salted fish but taste better to most palates.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Curing "coney" fish by smoking. The name is a corruption of the French term "poisson inconnu" for an unknown fish which is phonetically similar. Inconnu is also the common name for (Stenodus leucichthys) is a species of freshwater whitefish of the family Salmonidae
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Artisanal native fishing boats on the MacKenzie River at Tsiigehtchic.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Possibly inconnu, a species of freshwater whitefish.
Canada, Northwest Territories 2010 September
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Looking into Windy Pass Valley along the Dempster Highway. This valley has been unglaciated for the last 100,000 years and pollen analysis indicates that the indigenous composition of plants has remained constant during this period. Hence, this flora is what early human emigrants encountered when migrating to North America.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Autumn on the tundra north of Whitehorse in the Ogilvie Mountains.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Willows, cottonwood, aspen and spruce in autumn along the Dempster Highway in the Ogilvie Mountains.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Willows, cottonwood, aspen and spruce in autumn along the Dempster Highway in the Ogilvie Mountains.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Waterfall on the road from Whitehorse to Skagway.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Main stem of the Yukon River north of Whitehorse.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Emerald Lake. The greenish color is from carbonate material that has eroded from surrounding limestone rocks.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Waterfall on the road to Skagway from Whitehorse.
Canada, Yukon Territory 2010 September
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Cedar boat built in 2009 in Klukwan as part of a major revival of Tlingit arts and technology.
Alaska, Klukwan on the Chilkat River 2010 September
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Paddles for cedar boat built in 2009 in Klukwan as part of a major revival of Klingit arts and technology. Boat built from one big log that is repeatedly carved out and burned out.
Alaska, Klukwan on the Chilkat River 2010 September
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various Alaska historical and cultural experts at the Sheldon Museum and Cultural Center in Haines. Lee Heinmiller facing camera, head of Alaska Indian Arts Inc. An adopted member of the Tlingit nation.
Alaska, Haines 2010 September
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Lee Heinmiller at Alaska Indian Arts, Inc.
Alaska, Haines 2010 September
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Approaching Juneau from the north. Mendenhall Glacier is seen in middle of image.
Alaska, Juneau 2010 September
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Approaching Juneau from the north. Mendenhall Glacier is seen in middle of image.
Alaska 2010 September
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Approaching Juneau from the north. Mendenhall Glacier is seen in middle of image.
Alaska 2010 September
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Approaching Juneau from the north. Mendenhall Glacier is seen in middle of image.
Alaska 2010 September
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Sitka rose at Sitka.
Alaska, Sitka 2010 September
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Devil's club. Note red fruit and thorns. In Sitka National Historic Park.
Alaska, Sitka 2010 September

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