Jim Laundre, Anne Giblin, Gus Shaver, and Knute Nadelhoffer, in a snowstorm at Toolik Lake, July 18, 1984
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Left to right: Jim Laundre, Anne Giblin, Gus Shaver, and Knute Nadelhoffer, in a snowstorm at Toolik Lake, July 18, 1984. Jim was then an RA, Anne, Gus, and Knute were Assistant Scientists, all at the Ecosystems Center.
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