Newest ice core in Greenland hits bedrock


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After two summers of drilling the newest Greenland ice core finally hit bedrock on July 27 at a depth of more than 1.5 miles. Hopefully the ice layers from this deep core will provide additional information about the Earth’s climate going back as far as 130,000 years.

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