Contact: Marie Thoms
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Caption: In July 2010, a little more than three years after the massive Anaktuvuk River fire on Alaska's North Slope that left the area blackened and charred, a helicopter used to ferry researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Arctic Biology, Toolik Field Station to the Anaktuvuk River fire burn site sits among new tussock tundra growth.
Credit: Photograph courtesy of Marion Syndonia Bret-Harte/IAB.
Usage Restrictions: None
Related news release: Alaska tundra shows surprising resilience after unprecedented fire