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Freshwater biologist Kirsten Christoffersen from the University of Copenhagen
Zackenberg, National Park, East Greenland

No. 970-75
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Veterinarian Bjarne Clausen performs an autopsy on a caribou calf dead from an infection caused by E. coli bacteria.
Kangerlussuaq, West Greenland

No. 1915-53
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Sledge built for observing muskoxen in winter. Fully equipped for one person to work and sleep.
Jameson Land, East Greenland


No. 2878-44
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Biologists on their way to immobilize and tag muskoxen. (from left) Helmuth Strandgaard, Per Leth Sørensen and Ole Brønlund.
Jameson Land, East Greenland

No. 2010-20
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Biologists Henning Thing (standing) and Carsten Riis Olesen (squatting) taking samples from a male muskox.
Jameson Land, East Greenland

No. 2012-57
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Veterinarian Bjarne Clausen tagging an immobilized male polar bear.
Vega Sund, National Park, East Greenland

No. 2010-03
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Botanist Heidi Eberling studying plant sprouts in research plot.
Zackenberg, National Park, East Greenland

No. 3169-57
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Archeologists and quaternary zoologists excavating old summer camp site.
Kangerlussuaq, West Greenland

No. 2972-40
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Botanist Sune Holt studying snow cover in Lamprenes Dal.
Jameson Land, East Greenland

No. 2972-31
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Biologist Hans Meltofte measuring length of the shank on a sanderling.
Zackenberg, National Park, East Greenland

No. 3169-63
@Henrik Lassen/Polar Photos

Botanist Anna Joabson, University of Lund, engaged in field work.
Zackenberg, National Park, East Greenland

No. 3170-19
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Botanist Chrisitan Bay mapping vegetation.
Zackenberg, National Park, East Greenland

No. 970-97
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Researchers Mark Heuer and Koen Trappenirs registering plant and soil respons to experimental warming.
Zackenberg, National Park, East Greenland

No. 3170-36
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Biologist Thomas B. G. Berg registering behaviour and home range of collared lemmings.
Zackenberg, National Park, East Greenland

No. 3170-83
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Biologist Per Leth Sørensen tagging subadult male muskox.
Jameson Land, East Greenland

No. 4257-89
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Archeologists and quaternary zoologists excavating old summer camp site.
Kangerlussuaq, West Greenland

No. 4257-87
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Botanist Per Mølgaard registering sprouting plants in a research plot at Fortuna Bay, Disko Island.
Qeqertarsuaq, West Greenland

No. 4258-60
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Biologists David Klein and Fiona Danks gathering samples from Arctic willow plants.
Zackenberg, National Park, East Greenland

No. 1724-14
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Subcutaneous fat reserves on back of adult male caribou.
Kangerlussuaq, West Greenland

No. 1681-41
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos

Biologist Benni Hansen, Roskilde University Centre, studying plankton in Disko Bay off Arctic Station.
Disko Bay, Qeqertarsuaq, West Greenland

No. 1681-065
© Henning Thing/Polar Photos