At the frontier of the climate crisis, one scientist’s quest to record the ‘invisible world’ of the Arctic

At the frontier of the climate crisis, one scientist’s quest to record the ‘invisible world’ of the Arctic

Lighter nights, orange sunsets, straying killer whales: Wayne Davidson has observed the subtle signs of a tragically warming Arctic for four decades

Wayne Davidson has been taking atmospheric readings from the Arctic Weather Station at Resolute Bay on Cornwallis Island, Nunavut, for 40 years.

The climate of the high Arctic, he believes, is a guide in many respects to our past and is also the place from which our climate future can be previewed, as this week’s IPCC climate change report laid out in stark terms.

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