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Photos from the future Canadian High Arctic Research Station

Photographer Paul Colangelo explores Cambridge Bay and area with those who are on the frontiers of Arctic science
  • May 23, 2016
Small chunks of ice remain on the shore of Cambridge Bay Expand Image
Dr. Martin Raillard Expand Image
12 o'clock daily check-ins from a sat phone Expand Image
A mated pair of sandhill cranes Expand Image
Cambridge Bay will be home to the CHARS facility Expand Image
Eric Hoberg, a Senior Researcher at the Animal Parasitic Diseases Laboratory at the United States Department of Agriculture, is swarmed by mosquitos while doing fieldwork at Elu Inlet, near Cambridge Bay. Expand Image
Eric Hoberg, a Senior Researcher at the Animal Parasitic Diseases Laboratory at the United States Department of Agriculture, exits a float plane in Cambridge Bay Expand Image
The voles, lemmings and ground squirrels that she and her colleagues collected and stuffed at the Elu Inlet research station Expand Image
The tundra is covered with plant life in the summer Expand Image
Children from Cambidge Bay participate in a Science Camp led by Polar Knowledge Canada Expand Image
Angulalik Pedersen, a Technical Assistant at Polar Knowledge Canada, pulls an Arctic char from a gillnet in Cambridge Bay Expand Image
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