All science missions off the coast of Alaska have a native team member who help scientist understand the native way of life. They provide knowledge of the Alaskan natural world to help seal hunts and science coexist.
A Michoacan farmer takes a break from building a fire for baking bread. Once his wife has baked the bread, the two will hike or hitch 7 miles to Angangueo to sell their goods.
Scientists record ice data in Antartica; 650 km from the Norweigan base, Troll Station.
A child in Angangueo, Mexico prepares for school.
An old man sits in a market waiting for monarch butterflies and the tourists they will attract. All the monarchs from Eastern North America fly to this one small town in Michoacan, Mexico to overwinter.
An Ethiopian woman walks 5 miles to gather wood for cooking.
The best breakfast ever. Homemade tortillas, fresh eggs and chorizo
A man and his dog cook as they walk the streets of Bangkok, Thailand
Addus Abba, Ethiopia
Saint Louis, Senegal
The Scientist who saw the future. George has studied the same Guillomott colony on a small island off the coast of Alaska for 30 years. He saw and documented climate change early on.
2 children in Gambell, Alaska smile in front of the weeks catch. Seal and walrus meat dry on the racks.
A delivery man naps on the streets of Bangkok, Thailand.
Students waiting for a bus in Bangkok, Thailand where the air is thick.
350 miles north of the Alaskan coast, scientists dive below the ice to document a world only a fewget to see.
Brothers on the beach, Accra, Ghana