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Greg Hare

Greg Hare has lived in the Yukon for more than four decades, spending 30 years working as a field archaeologist with the Government of Yukon. He has worked throughout the territory and has published numerous articles on the human and natural history of Yukon. Greg is one of the pioneering researchers in the Yukon Ice Patch Project and one of the founders of the emerging field of Glacial Archaeology. He is an enthusiastic ambassador for the Yukon has led a variety a professional and conference tours of southern and central Yukon.

His areas of interest include the human geography of ancient and contemporary Yukon, Beringia, and the effects of climate change on heritage resources and natural landscapes. Greg is a graduate of University of Alberta and University of Victoria and is now retired and lives with his wife Patricia in Whitehorse.
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