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Unexpected warmth inside shrinking Athabasca Glacier

In bowels of shrinking Athabasca Glacier, the air was eerily warm JASPER, Alberta — If you drive north from Lake Louise for an hour and a half, you will come to the Columbia Icefields, a sprawl of glaciers along the Continental … Continue reading

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Elbows collide in Crested Butte semi-backcountry

The Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory can best be understood as a 1,000-acre island of scientific research in a sea of public lands. Lately, those public lands have been getting busy. Not everyone is happy about that. Continue reading

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