Bowdoin’s Camill to Begin New Arctic Soil-Carbon Research

Phil Camill in the field in Manitoba.

Phil Camill, Bowdoin’s Rusack Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Earth and Oceanographic Science, recently was awarded a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation for a new Arctic soil-carbon project that includes funding for several students to fly to the Arctic to be his research assistants.

 

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