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Photo shows group of children with 5000-year-old mud on snowy surface

Inuit children from Clyde River, Baffin Island, show off 5000-year-old mud during an outreach program and field trip demonstrating how to collect lake-sediment cores.

Credit: Elizabeth Thomas, University at Buffalo


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Photo shows children's fingers touching a lake sediment core.

Inuit children from Clyde River, Baffin Island, touch a lake sediment core collected during a field trip run by Elizabeth Thomas and colleagues from the University at Buffalo Department of Geology.

Credit: Elizabeth Thomas, University at Buffalo


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Photo shows 2 people collecting sediment core from a lake on Baffin Island.

Elizabeth Thomas, master's candidate in the University at Buffalo Department of Geology, and J.R. Noble, an undergraduate at the university, collected a sediment core from a lake on northeast Baffin Island, Arctic Canada.

Credit: Elizabeth Thomas, University at Buffalo


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Photo showing three people and a lake sediment core.

Aaron Bini, master's candidate in the University at Buffalo Department of Geology, undergraduate J.R. Noble, and assistant professor Jason Briner show off a sediment core that they have just collected from a lake on northeast Baffin Island, Arctic Canada.

Credit: Elizabeth Thomas, University at Buffalo


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