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NEWS Capital City Weekly On cold winter nights long ago, Harvey Gilliland of Petersburg sometimes woke to the buzz of an alarm mounted on the wall of his kitchen. He kicked off the blanket, got dressed, pulled on his rubber boots, and strolled three city blocks to the building in which he worked.

Alaska Science Forum: Aurora detector

Storms in Earth's upper atmosphere sometimes turn on more than just the aurora, inducing currents in buried pipelines, power grids and undersea cables.
Ned Rozell | Alaska Science Forum
Storms in Earth's upper atmosphere sometimes turn on more than just the aurora, inducing currents in buried pipelines, power grids and undersea cables.
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