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808 viewsMatthew & Drew work the monster snow pit.
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677 viewsResearchers start to dig a snow pit.

From left to right:
Drew Slater,Matthew Sturm, and Steph Saari
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667 viewsThe snow pit looks deep when you're standing at the bottom.
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654 viewsMatthew & Drew work on the tundra, Brooks Range, AK.
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637 viewsMark Serreze digs a deep snow pit.
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616 viewsResearchers discuss plans during the 2009 SnowNet project.
From left to right:
Matthew Sturm, Drew Slater, and Sveta Berezovskaya
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602 viewsMC Serreze stands atop Atigun Gorge.
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581 viewsDrew takes a turn in the pit.
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576 viewsThe sun sets in Toolik, Alaska.
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566 viewsRavens are a common sight in Alaska.
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541 viewsResearchers head into the Brooks Range by snowmobile.
Image courtesy Mark Serreze, NSIDC.
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453 viewsThe Brooks Range glows purple in the twilight.
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