Several UTEP biological science students, who will be part of an Alaskan research trip this summer, spent part of Wednesday learning how to start fires as part of their two-day Arctic Field Training provided by instructors from Denver-based CMH2Hill Polar Services. The students also learned basic survival skills such as how to pitch tents, stay warm and deter bear attacks.
UTEP Researchers in Arctic Field Training (12 photos)
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