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Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. (Courtesy Brian Buma/University of Alaska Southeast)MoreCloseclosemore
Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. (Courtesy Brian Buma/University of Alaska Southeast)

Brian Buma retraced the journey of his idol, the late William S. Cooper — known as the godfather of modern ecology — to find the location of some of the oldest ecology records in the world.

Reporter Elizabeth Jenkins (@MrsLizbethJ) of Alaska’s Energy Desk tells about Buma's quest and discovery.

Brian Buma received funding support from the National Geographic Society. (Courtesy Brian Buma/University of Alaska Southeast)
Brian Buma received funding support from the National Geographic Society. (Courtesy Brian Buma/University of Alaska Southeast)

This segment aired on October 30, 2017.

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