Anthony Leiserowitz and Darcy Dugan conducted research in villages in Alaska's Northwest Arctic Borough.
Darcy Dugan prepares to conduct an experiment with a cup of boiling water in -60 degree weather.
Dugan flings the water into the air and it vaporizes.
Reina Maruyama, front row and waving, is shown with other members of the IceCube collaboration. (Photo by Robert Schwarz, NSF)
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Yale researchers share some of their coldest moments

Yale faculty members, students, and staff have conducted research in extremely cold conditions. For them, cold weather is an essential part of any meaningful fieldwork. It also leads to some primo personal stories.
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