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Want to know what it's like to spend 2 months in one of the most remote places in the lower 48? Read Tony's account on the blog: www.adventureandscience.org/blog
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Expedition recap from the Copper Canyon Traverse in Mexico! "It is beautiful here. The rock walls rise steeply above us and reflect the redness of the setting sun." Read Justin's account on the blog: www.adventureandscience.org/blog
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'Krudmeister' collected data for us on his epic journey from Reno to Fairbanks and back! His post & map of data: http://bit.ly/1styJEv
View Larger Map The above Google Earth map is my roadkill observations from the return leg of the Tippy Top Tour.  These observations would have been made from Fairbanks, AK to Reno, NV.  Below is a guide to what the differen...
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Beach camping, Snorkeling and #AdventureScience. Read Erin's story on the ASC blog: adventureandscience.org/blog
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A big welcome to our new #ASCLandmark intern & GORP coach, Colleen! She wants to know: What's your handful look like? http://ow.ly/vOOGz
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2 months, 6 adventurers, 1 goal, endless wilderness. Interested? Join #ASCLandmark! Apply: adventureandscience.org/landmark
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Ladies of @shiftingice made it to #Greenland! Now skiing first descents and collecting data! #AdventureScience
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"As I collected the water sample from a double kayak in the Sea of Cortez I heard a yell: 'Dolphins headed your way!' Two dolphins were swimming straight at us and dove deep below our kayaks just as I capped the bottle." - Erin Clark, ASC #microplastics #AdventureScientist
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Bringing the Adventure and Science Communities Together
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Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation was founded in January of 2011 with the understanding that many people traveling in the outdoors genuinely want to do more for the places they visit but often struggle with how to help. ASC exists to bridge this gap by pairing adventure athletes already traveling to some of the earth's most difficult­-to-­reach places with the scientists who need information from these areas. ASC also has the goal of creating unique and innovative learning experiences about science while also saving the scientific and conservation communities millions of dollars in data collection costs. For more information visit www.adventureandscience.org