WHRC's Polaris Project tackles one of humanity’s greatest challenges – global climate change – in one of Earth’s most remote and vulnerable environments: the Arctic.
We are training the next generation of arctic scientists. Undergraduate and graduate students can apply to be part of the 2017 expedition to Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. The 2017 expedition will run from approximately June 28 to July 25, including two weeks of intensive fieldwork and two weeks of analysis and synthesis at WHRC headquarters on Cape Cod, MA. The program covers room, board, and travel, and includes a stipend for each participant.
Applications accepted at www.thepolarisproject.org/ anytime until the deadline of January 15, 2017.
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  • woodsholeresearchcenterWHRC's Polaris Project tackles one of humanity’s greatest challenges – global climate change – in one of Earth’s most remote and vulnerable environments: the Arctic.
    We are training the next generation of arctic scientists. Undergraduate and graduate students can apply to be part of the 2017 expedition to Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. The 2017 expedition will run from approximately June 28 to July 25, including two weeks of intensive fieldwork and two weeks of analysis and synthesis at WHRC headquarters on Cape Cod, MA. The program covers room, board, and travel, and includes a stipend for each participant.
    Applications accepted at www.thepolarisproject.org/ anytime until the deadline of January 15, 2017.

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