Matthew Dickerson: Salt chucks & silver salmon: Alaska, part 2

THE UNUSUAL SALT chuck in Alaska features a freshwater stream that flows between trees and into the ocean, which washes saltwater back into the lagoon. This lagoon features views over Amalga Bay toward the peaks of Glacier Bay and Tongass national forests. Photo by Matthew Dickerson

So what exactly is a salt chuck? That was one of the questions I had when I arrived at Ernest Gruening State Historic Park.

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