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Press Release 12-101
NSF Partners With U.S. and International Agencies to Foster Research on Sustainability in the Arctic

Cohesive approach is seen as key to achieving resiliency in the shared environment of the international Arctic

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Photo of two Eskimo students holding a tundra swan.

Two Yupik Eskimo students from Chevak, Alaska holding a tundra swan cygnet. These student volunteers were helping with an annual USGS waterfowl banding program along the Kashunuk River near the Bering Sea coast in western Alaska.

Credit: Craig Ely, USGS


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