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Bering Sea Gold’ Returns With A “Golden” Opportunity For Crews To Score Big On New Mining Grounds

Bering Sea Gold dredge captains are a fiercely independent lot and for most of them, the thought of working for anyone else is unthinkable. The Wrap shared that on the new season of Bering Sea Gold, three of them accept an offer that looks just too promising to turn down. Show More Summary

The story of woolly mammoths' last stand on an Alaskan island - CNET

Isolated in the Bering Sea, woolly mammoths outlasted their mainland counterparts for thousands of years. But their eventual demise provides a cautionary tale for today.

Search Finds Oil Sheen But No Sign Of Alaska Juris

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The United States Coast Guard (USCG), has called off the search for the missing fishing vessel Alaska Juris which is presumed sunk in approximately 5,400 feet of water in the Bering Sea. The Alaska Juris has beenShow More Summary

46 Rescued from Bering Sea After Abandoning Sinking Fishing Vessel

The U.S. Coast Guard along with good samaritan vessels responded  Tuesday to 46 crewmembers aboard a commercial fishing vessel who were forced to abandon ship in the Bering Sea near Kiska Island, approximately 690 miles west of Dutch Harbor, Alaska. Show More Summary

46 Rescued From Sinking Fishing Vessel Off Alaska's Aleutian Islands

4 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

(Reuters) - The 46-member crew of a fishing vessel that sank more than 600 miles off the coast of Alaska in the Bering Sea on Tuesday had to be rescued by boats in the area and taken to a nearby island, the U.S. Coast Guard said. The...Show More Summary

Alaska Juris Sinks, 46 People Rescued

 The Fishing Company of Alaska, based in Renton, owns the  238-foot  Alaska Juris that started sinking in the Bering Sea shortly before noon on Tuesday, says a report in Seattle Times.

Bering Sea Deal a First for Inmarsat Fleet Xpress

Inmarsat announced that its partner Network Innovations (NI), together with Fusion Marine Technology, have signed a contract with Alaskan Leader Fisheries to install Fleet Xpress,

Shifting bird distribution indicates a changing Arctic

Shifts in the distribution of Spectacled Eiders, a predatory bird at the top of the Bering Sea's benthic food web, indicate possible changes in the Arctic's marine ecosystem, according to new research in The Condor: Ornithological Applications. read more

Bering Sea Gold’ Miners Take Big Risks In Order To Reap Big Rewards

The gold in certain places such as the Tomcod claim is becoming scarce, so this season the Bering Sea Gold miners scramble to figure out how to get on the gold once again. Some will turn to technology, with state-of-the art dredging and sluicing machines. Show More Summary

‘Deadliest Catch’ Returns With A New Captain And A Life-Threatening Emergency At Sea

At times there can be plenty of high drama and danger on the high seas. The brave Deadliest Catch captains return to the Bering Sea, battling harsh weather conditions and raging seas in order to fill their boats and meet their quota of crab. Show More Summary

Why Some Hunters Disparage Other Hunters—and Why It's Dangerous for All of Us

5 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Big Buck Zone

Last week, I had the pleasure of accompanying my dad and two friends on a muskox hunt along the Bering Sea here in Alaska. Although I didn't draw a tag, I had a blast filming their hunts and just being out there experiencing the country,...Show More Summary

In the Iditarod, climate change makes it a year for the record books

The winters keep getting warmer. The racers keep getting faster. When Dallas Seavey and his team of sled dogs arrived in this remote old gold rush town on the Bering Sea shortly after 2 a.m. on Tuesday, Seavey celebrated his fourth victory in just five years in the nearly 1,000-mile sprint across...

The Ice Was All Between

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I do my best to maintain my sense of awe regarding the things I study. I’ve had the good fortune in my life to be a commercial fisherman on the Bering Sea, and to voyage and fish on the edges of the Arctic ice. To me, sea ice, whether fixed…

Red Tides Are The Auroras of the Sea

A cloud of neon algae surrounds St. Matthew Island in the Bering Sea (Photo: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Flickr) "Too much of a good thing" might be the most apt way to describe the beautiful environmental phenomena known as algal...Show More Summary

The surprising thing ancient mummies tell us about what to eat

  On a foggy day in August 1936, an anthropologist and his crew set sail for Kagamil Island, a small volcanic speck of hot springs and cliffs in the Bering Sea. A person identified as “Brown Bear” had told them of a cave full of mummies and other human remains. Shortly after landing, they found […]

Weather Service forecast questioned after Bering Sea cyclone batters Aleutians

The meteorologist in charge at NWS Anchorage tells The Washington Post he was surprised by the reaction given such a successful forecast.

Bering Sea 'bomb' cyclone ties record for strongest storm in North Pacific

The Aleutian storm had with sustained winds equivalent to a Category 1 hurricane and wind gusts up to 115 mph.

Have a Gray-t Marine Mammal Monday!

I’m tired just looking at this gif. Season’s greetings!  Gray whales are returning from their feeding grounds in the Bering Sea to the breeding lagoons of Baja California—and you just might see one from our back decks! Thar she or he...Show More Summary

Alaska's Aleutian Islands braced for powerful storm

(Reuters) - An intense low-pressure storm system packing strong winds and massive waves is expected to move over the Bering Sea and through the Aleutian Islands of Alaska this weekend, weather forecasters said on Saturday.

Pretty Boys: For These Prized Ducks, the Reward Is the Adventure

Photographs by Dan Saelinger For these prized ducks, the reward is the adventure, which may take you anywhere from Mexico to the Bering Sea. And they make for some awesome mounts, too. ? A drake mallard is a trophy that can be found just about everywhere. Show More Summary

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