Taza Schaming, a Cornell graduate student, discusses her early inspiration for becoming a field biologist—meeting an Antarctic scuba diver at a career fair. She also shares her plans for continuing research on the ecological effects of climate change on alpine habitats for years to come. Her ultimate goal is to create conservation management actions that could help Clark’s Nutcrackers and other alpine species to survive in the midst of rapid environmental changes.
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