$1.7M grant given for study of Pacific walrus

10/11/2013 | Fort Mill Times (S.C.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks scientists have received a $1.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation to study the Pacific walrus. Scientists with backgrounds in ecology, genetics, archaeology and chemistry will take part in the study of ongoing and long-term population trends of the walrus.

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