For the entire population of Alaska, ports are the lifeline for resources, shipping goods out of the state, and travel. Here are important ports from around the state and what they’re used for.
Cargo ships are often the lifeline of many areas around the world. Each carrying hundreds of thousands of pounds of food and supplies, these ships are also known to carry larger items like machine parts or cars. From container ships to bulk carriers, learn more about the most popular cargo ships and what they carry across the sea.
While Alaska's natural beauty is well known, let’s explore the strange weather and phenomenon that Alaska has that may not be so widely known. From the Bering Sea cyclones to the mysterious beauty of the Northern Lights, here are some strange conditions you may find in Alaska.
Even though it is the largest state in the US, Alaska’s population is sparse. With 24-hour daylight during the summer months and 24-hour darkness during the winter, many people find Alaska to be a strange and mysterious place.