Roman Dial
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Roman Dial

Best known for wilderness adventures in Alaska's mountain ranges, Roman Dial is a professor of mathematics and biology at Alaska Pacific University, where he's taught for nearly 30 years. His ecological field research has taken him from the eucalyptus forests of Australia in search of gliding marsupials, to Borneo in search of the tallest tropical trees, to Alaska in search of ice-worms. He spends his summers walking the length of the Brooks Range studying the effects of climate warming on treeline there. Dial is the author of two books and lives in Anchorage with his wife Peggy and Icelandic sheepdog Poppy.

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