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    Glaciologists, reindeer husbandry, ancestral pastures, shrinking peaks & the Swedish Arctic.
    In a valley nestled within the Kebnekaise massif in the Swedish Arctic lies the seventy-five-year-old Tarfala research station, a satellite for glaciological, hydrological, meteorological, and climatological research directed by Gunhild “Ninis” Rosqvist, a physical geographer at Stockholm University. The area is surrounded by the largest and tallest glaciers in the Swedish Arctic and has been home to indigenous Sámi reindeer herders since the last ice age.
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