Reality: Greenland

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Tuesday. Greenland.

It’s finally starting to sink in that I am, in fact, leaving for Greenland on Tuesday. TUESDAY.  GREENLAND.  For the sake of you, the reader, as well as to drill the reality of what we are actually doing into my own head, here’s an introductory post.

Introducing Hannah Owens

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Hannah Owens is an Ichthyology graduate student at the University of Kansas in the Biodiversity Institute.  She is particularly interested in the role of climate change in the evolutionary history and biogeography of fishes, especially cods.  Hannah will be travelling to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland for a week as part of KU’s Climate Change, Humans, and Nature in a Global Environment (C-CHANGE) National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training (IGERT) program.  She and her fellow trainees (in diverse disciplines ranging from sociology and anth

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