Skidaway scientists seek global warmi...
July 25, 2011 6:33 p.m. Photo provided/ The Skidaway Institute research team of Zac Tait, Jens Nejstgaard, Marc Frischer and Stella Berger is headed to Bergen,Norway, to see the effects global warming may have on marine ecosystems.
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#1 Jul 26, 2011
"The funding for this experiment was complicated. Both American and European scientists applied for research grants. The Europeans got their funding; the Americans did not. The funding came from the Norwegian Research Council, the Nordic
Council of Ministers (NordForsk) and MESOAQUA. Luckily two of the three European grants provided some travel support for non-Europeans, making it possible for the Skidaway team to participate."
Let's hope they all travel in electric cars.
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