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News Release 17-022

NSF awards $5.6 million to establish new arctic Long-Term Ecological Research site

Researchers with Alaska's Beaufort Sea LTER site will study diverse species important to both commercial and subsistence fisheries

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Coastal erosion near Kaktovik, Alaska.

Coastal erosion near Kaktovik, Alaska.

Credit: Kenneth Dunton, Marine Science Institute, University of Texas at Austin


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Researcher James McClelland sampling water during ice break-up in Kaktovik Lagoon, Alaska.

Researcher James McClelland sampling water during ice break-up in Kaktovik Lagoon, Alaska.

Credit: Kenneth Dunton, Marine Science Institute, University of Texas at Austin


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Iņupiat students sampling water on the frozen Kaktovik Lagoon, Alaska.

Iņupiat students sampling water on the frozen Kaktovik Lagoon, Alaska.

Credit: Kenneth H. Dunton, Marine Science Institute, University of Texas at Austin


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Beaufort Sea lagoons, bounded by ice, in a 2012 photo.

Beaufort Sea lagoons, bounded by ice, in a 2012 photo.

Credit: Kenneth Dunton, Marine Science Institute, University of Texas-Austin


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