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Lena River, Siberia - Home



Amy Clapp Studies Arctic Rivers in Siberia
21 May - 12 June 2004


UPDATES:

14 June 2004: Amy and Max have completed their field expedition and they've returned home.

28 May 2004: Check out the comparison photos of the Lena River shoreline!

Amy's expedition has begun on the Lena River in Siberia. Read her latest journal entries here. You can also ask her or scientist Max Holmes a question about their expedition here.

Amy Clapp sampled river water with a group of U.S. and Russian collaborators on the remote Lena River in Siberia. Amy worked with Max Holmes from the Marine Biological Laboratory along with a team of researchers and students to provide clues into how global change may impact the arctic hydrologic and biogeochemical cycles, and how changes in the Arctic feedback to global climate.

Amy teaches 4th, 5th, and 6th grade science and 5th grade writing at Salisbury Community School in Salisbury, Vermont and is a graduate student in the Vermont Science Initiative, a program for K-6 teachers to become teacher leaders in science. Amy is looking forward to experiencing the joys, frustrations and uncertainties that science is all about. Amy plans to share her TREC experiences and the knowledge of the Arctic with her students and colleagues in innovative and engaging ways.

Click on the menu items on the left to learn about the project and interact with the team members:
  • Research Project: Learn more about Siberia, the PARTNERS project and host researcher, and Amy Clapp, the TREC teacher at Lena River, Siberia
  • Teacher's Journal: Find about more about Amy, read questions from her students, and read her journal from the field
  • Experiments & Activities: Test your skills with challenging experiments and activities prepared by TREC teacher Ms. Amy Clapp!
  • Ask the Teacher: Message board where you can ask Ms. Clapp questions about the project and her adventures
  • Photo Album: Find pictures of the research team, the local environment, and adventures in Siberia here




Lena River, Siberia - Teacher's Journal
Posted: Mon Jun 28, 2004 2:08 pm by Amy_Clapp
Wow, before I even begin, I must admit this is sort of funny to be writing this journal directly to the webpage--I'll miss you Ben!!

So, last week I had another incredible opportunity associated wi...

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Lena River, Siberia - Ask the Teacher
Posted: Tue Feb 01, 2005 11:31 pm by Amy_Clapp
Well, it has been far too long since I've been on the TREC website checking out what has been going, but that is because I have been busy teaching the PARTNERS Project in the classroom! I have enjoye...

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