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Royster Society of Fellows Ph.D. student Josh Miller traveled to the Galápagos this summer to continue his research on ongoing water and food issues and how they impact health outcomes.

Amidst a blanket of fog, Josh Miller looks over the lip of Laguna a El Junco, a 270-meter-wide wide freshwater lake nestled in the crater of an extinct volcano on San Cristóbal island in the Galápagos Archipelago. Below, Frigatebirds splash in the water, preening their feathers in one of the only freshwater sources on the islands. Miller squats down to get a water sample for his research.

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