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mud from the bottom of a frozen lake
Bringing up the days’ catch—mud from the bottom of a frozen lake near the town of Inuvik in the Canadian Arctic—Joint Program student Camilo Ponton holds the 2.5-meter piston corer used for sampling, flanked by WHOI researchers Liviu Giosan (right) and Daniel Montlucon. The lakefloor sediment layers hold clues to past climate and river flows in the Mackenzie River Delta. (Photo courtesy of Liviu Giosan, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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