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Uploaded on Sep 2, 2011
USDA Forest Service scientist Gordon Reeves (Pacific Northwest Research Station) explains his climate change research in the Copper River Delta near Cordova, Alaska (Chugach National Forest). Basically, Gordie is investigating how changes in the timing of insect emergence effects migrating birds. And because you want to know, that is a newly emerge dragonfly on his finger. Yes, Gordie is that cool. His mere touch can bring forth the primal forces of nature. Don't you want to be a scientist too?