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Black Guillemots of Cooper Island

For over 30 years George Divoky has traveled to remote Cooper Island in the Arctic. Braving the elements and the occasional polar bear, his mission is to study the Black Guillemots — research which is contributing to the understanding of climate change on wildlife in Arctic. I spoke with George about his work.
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PHOTO CREDITS: Ocean Watch | George Divoky | Joe McNally | National Science Foundation | NOAA |