2010-06-11 14:44 The first data from the Japanese-Swedish glaciological traverse JASE in 2007/08 is presented at the International Polar Year Oslo Science Conference. The team studied an area where previous drilled ice cores have been taken. The Antarctic ice sheet is the largest inland ice on Earth and its development is one of the most important factors for issues like climate change and sea level rise.
Ice core work during JASE-expediiton2010-06-11 14:25
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