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Drilling for the oldest ice

Nature Geosciencevolume 11pages703704 (2018) | Download Citation

Ice buried deep within the ice sheet on Antarctica preserves clues to past climatic change dating back more than a million years. A recent workshop discussed the challenges — and hopes — of drilling to these buried treasures.

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