Why Climate Scientists Depend on Alaska's Indigenous Communities Now More Than Ever - Gizmodo

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Gizmodo But in Utqiagvik, the 4,400-strong Iñupiat community at the northern tip of Alaska's North Slope, scientists have come to rely on Native experts' unmatched familiarity with the Arctic environment. Now, some of the same .... “It's a great way to work ...
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