Going the Distance

Boyles, Andy
February 2016
Highlights;Feb2016, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p26
The article focuses on the attempt by scientist Anthony Pagano to record the motions of polar bears, which have been declared as threatened due to the shrinking ice pack on the Arctic Ocean caused by the Earth's warming climate.


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