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Science & Tech

What insects are teaching us about the Arctic

Arctic insects are helping researchers anticipate the effects of climate change in the North

  • May 23, 2016
Le paysage entourant Cambridge Bay, où l’entomologiste Elyssa Cameron mène sa recherche sur les arthropodes de l’Arctique Expand Image
Voici l’un des bols installés par Cameron pour capturer les insectes et les araignées, visant le comptage et l’identification Expand Image

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