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Masterstudent Silje Marie Kristiansen collecting collembolans under the sea bird cliff in Krossfjorden on Svalbard - 14 July glacier. Silje is studying how seabirds function as vectors of energy and pollutants from sea to the Arctic tundra by analysing pollutants, dietary descriptors and DNA damage in collembolans.

Photo: Katrine Borgå

Tags: Arctic, pollution, Toxicology, Tundra, Seabirds By Katrine Borgå
Published Dec. 20, 2016 7:46 PM - Last modified Dec. 20, 2016 7:50 PM