Ned Rozell: Sunny Skies and 75 Degrees Doesn’t Sound Dangerous, but in Alaska…
Ned shares stories on the impacts of a wide variety of disasters in The Last Frontier, including earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, heatwaves, extreme cold, and melting permafrost, a slow-motion disaster that occurs as frozen soil thaws in warming weather. Ned has also trekked the entire 800-mile Alaska Pipeline, twice!
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