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GEOS - Justin & Bonnie - Undergrads at Work

As seen in "Captain Jack and the Halogen Hunters", Summit Station, Greenland is a hothouse of climate change research in one of the coldest places on Earth. Here professors like Jack Dibb run sophisticated experiments, but as you'll see in this video, some of the work relies on undergraduates like Justin Juhan from Southern Polytechnic, and Bonnie Reichardt, Georgia Tech. As you'll also see, as well as working the night shift, they have time for fun - sumo wrestling as well as science.

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