A School of Fish: Reel-world BYU climate research in Alaska: In beautiful Alaska, seven students reeled in fish that carry the story of ocean climate in their bones.
Biology Professor Mark Belk has been bringing students here for five years in pursuit of a small, circular bone that records climate information similar to what tree rings do. Based on these bones, BYU biologists are building a climate history about ocean temperatures and the arrangement of the food chain in one of the world's most important fisheries.
Michael Sorenson and his fellow students not only got real-world experience conducting scientific research, they felt inspired about the life's work ahead of them.
“I’ve realized God’s creations are really just marvelous, and he’s put us on this earth to take care of them,” Sorenson said.
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