ASLC

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ASLCAlaska Sealife Center
ASLCAll Saints Lutheran Church (various locations)
ASLCAlaska Student Loan Corporation
ASLCAssociated Students of Lewis & Clark College
ASLCAccruing Superannuation Liability Contributions
ASLCAcute Self-Limiting Colitis
ASLCAdaptive Side-Lobe Cancellation
ASLCAcademic Senate Legislative Council (Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science; Los Angeles, CA)
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You can't miss the Alaska Sealife Center (admission $12.50), which opened in May 1998.
When an animal arrives at the Alaska SeaLife Center, it undergoes a health assessment, and a treatment plan is created to deal with malnutrition, dehydration, or any external wounds.
Alaska SeaLife Center Cook Inlet beluga whale remote monitoring Pilot Study.
In Seward, the Alaska SeaLife Center (www.alaskasealife.org or 800/224-2525) is an excellent aquarium-like research facility.
Seward, named after the Secretary of State who negotiated the purchase of Alaska from Russia, is home to the $56-million Alaska Sealife Center. Anchorage, population 258,782, is Alaska's only true metropolis.
Shuyak Island State Park, off the coast of Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, was established with settlement funds, as well as the Alaska SeaLife Center, which offers public educational opportunities and marine research facilities in Seward.
The star of Seward is the new Alaska SeaLife Center. Opened last May, this state-of-the-art aquarium focuses on indigenous sea life and provides an excellent overview of what you'll take in cruising the Kenai Fjords.
Harris says there are numerous attractions in Seward, from Mount Marathon and Exit Glacier to the Alaska SeaLife Center and large harbor.
Nestled along Resurrection Bay and home to numerous hotel, restaurant, and fishing charter opportunities, the Alaska SeaLife Center offers a refreshing change of pace for a corporate meeting environment.
We also donated $40,000 to the Alaska SeaLife Center for its marine wildlife rescue program.
In Seward, the Alaska SeaLife Center uses seawater heat from Resurrection Bay and high-efficiency R134a heat pumps to send heat through pipes throughout the building, heating exhibit pavements, offices, conference rooms, and everything in the facility.
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