The close of Climate Change at the Arctic's edge...
Climate change at the arctic’s edge
An interactive experience was Earthwatch’s major pledge.
Bringing the boreal forest and tundra to our students in an instant snap shot
They were able to see us working in a vegetative plot.
Coring trees, destructive sampling, searching for seedlings, and PCQ
Are some of the research methods that we used to name a few.
Larch, Spruce, and Crowberry are some species that we found
While we crawled on our bellies and searched along the ground.
Steve our fearless chief investigator, in pursuit of his PhD
Led us through his investigation to look at each and every tree.
Our team was full of characters, jokes and giggles were galore
We laughed until our sides hurt as we continued to explore.
Carly our bear patroller with gun strapped to her chest
Made us always feel protected even when we took a rest.
An intense educational experience that made science more real than not
And helped us to understand that this research will never be forgot.
The connection among climate, trees, and global warming is now visible & true
For this IPY investigation will be conducted by very few.