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Surveying Arctic hotspots of biodiversity

Publisert 20.09.2016

Framshorts has published a video from COAT summer field campaign aboard R/V Lance.

Screen capture
Screen capture
The COAT field team, from the Norwegian Polar institute, travelled along the west coast of Svalbard in July 2016 to survey the most productive of high Arctic vegetation, and begin establishing a robust long-term observation system. Main focus being on the sea bird influenced tundra, this field work captured the greenest of the green on Svalbard.

Surveying Arctic hotspots of biodiversity
Surveying Arctic hotspots of biodiversity

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