เว็บ พนัน ฟรี เครดิต

2021-2022

A multidisciplinary scientific initiative that seeks to preserve, share, and advance knowledge about climate and change on nada’s highest peak. Learn more.

IN THE NEWS

U of A scientists climb nada’s highest mountain to study ice cores [CBC News]

Researchers summit Mount Logan to document 30,000 years of climate history [Folio]

All-nadian team completes successful expedition to the top of nada [nadian Geographic]

Episode 66 – Mount Logan: Moments in Time [Library & Archives of nada Podst]

Re-measuring nada’s highest mountain [nadian Geographic]

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SPONSORING PARTNERS
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