• Bibliography of Publications

      Straley, Janice (University of Alaska Southeast, 2016)
    • Care Package for Eva

      Wall, Emily (Cirque, 2016-07-18)
    • Colonialism's Legacy and the Traditional Strength to Heal

      Helgeson, Claire (University of Alaska Southeast, 2019-03-15)
      Colonialism's historical violence has legacies yet to be sufficiently acknowledged. The force of genocide is leveled against culture, language, knowledge, and even memory. Unacknowledged violence buries itself in the deepest parts of our souls resulting in a spiritual consumption...
    • Leaving Egypt

      Wall, Emily (Common Ground Review, 2016)
    • Pilot investigation into the age structure of market squid, Doryteuthis opalescens, in the Gulf of Alaska

      Navarro, Michael; Wehde, Dawn (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-03-08)
      The objective of my URECA funded project was to conduct a pilot investigation that aimed to provide a data set of the age, size, and maturity of market squid, Doryteuthis opalescens, collected in the Gulf of Alaska. The information I collected was used to infer the establishment of a residential or transient population of market squid in the sampled area. I hypothesized that squid collected offshore (> 100m from the shoreline) would be less sexually mature and younger than squid collected inshore which supports the establishment of a residential population. In comparison, no significant differences between size, maturity, and age between squid collected offshore and inshore supports that the squid are from a transient population.
    • Rising

      Wall, Emily (Common Ground Review, 2016)
    • The Salinity Threshold of Market Squid Embryos in Southeast Alaska

      Sekerak, Vasily J. (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-03-07)
      My initial project focused on the way market squid embryo morphology can possibly be effected by ocean salinity levels during development. This was to be accomplished by testing two sets of embryos with three replicates each. These two sets would comprise a salinity level that matched the ocean conditions of Sitka sound, and a comparative salinity which would represent the low salinity levels of the inner passages of Southeast Alaska. Once the embryos hatched they would be transferred into tanks especially designed to safely contain soft tissue organisms. After several weeks of paralarval development, the squid would then be euthanized in accordance with regulations and their statoliths would be removed and analyzed for and morphological differences. As it currently stands my project has achieved a working prototype of the circulatory current aquarium that I had originally proposed in the beginning. This aquarium system exists on larger scales, however I was able to draft, develop and test my own small scale version. This scaled down aquarium allows for larval stage vertebrates and invertebrates on a focused level that’s optimized for smaller labs.
    • Samantha's Births

      Wall, Emily (Prairie Schooner, 2016)
    • Saturday Creek

      Wall, Emily (Cirque, 2016-07-18)