Culler is an Arctic postdoctoral fellow and outreach coordinator for the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding’s Institute of Arctic Studies.
“Climate change, it turns out, may make that even worse,” writes the magazine. “Large blood-sucking mosquitoes already are the bane of people, caribou, reindeer, and other mammals eking out a living in the frozen north. But as temperatures warm, mosquitoes above the Arctic Circle emerge earlier, grow faster, and survive as winged pests even longer, according to Culler’s new research,” which was published Tuesday in Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Read the full story, published 9/15/15 by National Geographic.