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Flagship U.S. Arctic research facility welcomes EU scientists


June 9, 2014

Toolik Field Station from the shore of Toolik Lake Two European Union (EU) scientists won an international competition to conduct research at the United States' flagship Arctic research facility in northern Alaska during the 2014 field season. The University of Alaska Fairbanks' Institute of Arctic Biology is welcoming the scientists at the Toolik Field Station in July and August. A third EU scientist will be going to the Barrow Environmental Observatory as well. Full Story

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