Park Arctic Scientists Present at Montreal Conference
Four Upper School students, part of last summer’s Arctic research trip, are presenting at the International Polar Year Conference in Montreal. Led by science teacher Julie Rogers, Maia Draper-Reich ’12, Emily King ’12, Christopher Mergen ’14, and Akira Townes ’13 are presenting the group’s toxicology study and permafrost work to an audience of scientists from around the world. Click here to read their blog from Montreal. And here for more information on the conference.Back to The Latest
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