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International Team of Students and Scientists on Month-long Field Course in Siberian Arctic


July 1, 2009

participants from the 2008 Polaris Project Scientists and undergraduate students from across the United States and Russia are departing July 2 for a month-long field course in the Russian Arctic. The program, known as the Polaris Project, is training future leaders in arctic research and education, and informing the public about the impacts of climate change. Full Story

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Woods Hole Research Center

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