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Video Story: U.S. Students Experience Hands-on Science in Greenland

Joint Science Education Program brings high-school students to Arctic research sites

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Photo of student Marisa LaRouche sampling water in a Greenland lake.

Marisa LaRouche, of Denver, Colo., a student with the Joint Science Education Program, helps sample lake water in Greenland for traces of methane.

Credit: Peter West / NSF


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How I spent my summer: With Arctic researchers in Greenland. Students from Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New York and Washington were in Greenland as part of the Joint Science Education Program, a cultural and scientific exchange between Denmark, Greenland and the United States, under the guidance of teachers from all three nations.

Credit: Peter West/National Science Foundation

 

Photo of student Alexandra Schmidt taking notes during an experiment on the Greenland Ice Sheet.

Alexandra Schmidt, a Joint Science Education Program (JSEP) student from Longview, Wash., takes notes as part of an experiment to see how rainfall might penetrate the Greenland ice sheet.

Credit: Peter West / NSF


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