"Jessica Trout-Haney and Zachary Wood used nets to capture insects near the Russell Glacier in #Greenland. Their goal was to analyze biotoxins found in the insects, to learn how those toxins move through the food web. Scientific researchers believe that Greenland's warming could allow new forms of toxic cyanobacteria to thrive where they previously could not. The @nytimes photographer @joshhaner traveled to the Greenland ice sheet to document scientists mining the icy environment for data that will help us understand how climate change will alter the rest of the globe. #nytweekender" By nytimes on Instagram.
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