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Science in the Wild thanks Ricardo Pena for collection of snow samples on Mt. Everest for our global black carbon/dust study in the high alpine. The snow comes from base camp, Camps 1 and 2, and the South Col, spanning an altitude range of 17,500 to 26,000 ft. These samples, including the highest one ever collected, will be analyzed later in the summer, along with new samples we will collect and/or receive from Iceland, Kilimanjaro (Tanzania, Africa) and Elbrus (Russia) this summer.

Thanks Zeal Optics for providing the eyewear!

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"Extreme Science: From the Arctic to the Antarctic to the Himalaya"

Dr. Ulyana Horodyskyj will present an overview of some of her memorable expeditions in pursuit of science alongside exploration.
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Rocky Mountain Explorers Club Chapter Event

June 24, 2017, 6:30pm - June 24, 2017, 9:00pm

"Extreme Science: From the Arctic to the Antarctic to the Himalaya" Dr. Ulyana Horodyskyj will present an overview of some of her memorable expeditions in pursuit of science alongside exploration.

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Climbing and teaching mountaineering skills on Mt. Neva (12,814 ft.), Indian Peaks, Colorado with @ricardo_pena_araujo

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