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Did Alaska Fish Board appointee really discover an endangered species?

Kenai Peninsula fisherman Roland Maw, Alaska Gov. Bill Walker’s controversial appointee to the Alaska Board of Fisheries, claims in his resume to have been responsible for a significant scientific achievement, the first identification of a new, endangered species in North America. Maw was unable to direct Alaska Dispatch News (Medred)  to any such reference, however, and an independent search could find none.  Read the rest here 11:19