Blog Post Image: Ancient shark teeth give clues to future of Arctic climate change

A group of orange tents in the middle of this photograph marks the destination of one of Jaelyn Eberle’s expeditions to Aulavik National Park on Banks Island in the western Arctic Ocean. Here is where the Eames Rivers weaves its way into the Arctic Ocean. This area marks one of only two known sites that yield vertebrate marine fossils from the Eocene epoch. Image courtesy of Jaelyn Eberle

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