Eric Larsen was born and raised in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. With very snowy and cold weather in the winter. His father was the director of a local nature center so he spent a lot of time outside.
After college, Larsen landed a job as a dog musher and soon got the chance to go on his first big expedition to the Canadian Arctic.
Larsen started going on many expeditions and journey and started fearing problems like the climate change that would cause things such as thin ice, rock fall, and avalances.
Eric Larsen has to use both math and science when exploring to calculate temperature, how many days he's been exploring,the distance of the journey, and more.
Important vocabulary that the student needs to know to understand what Eric Larsen discovered is mostly Geographic vocabulary and being able to understand where and what places he visited.
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Some moral principles that Larsen learned was perseverance, to never give up even when something got hard, independence, to learn how to work by yourself only for you, and responsible, to own up to the tasks that he needs to get down or the effort he had to put in to finish the expedition.