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MORNING UPDATE: UMD researcher takes aim at Antarctica's deepest ice

Published 03/29/2013, Duluth News Tribune

Hidden beneath thousands of feet of Antarctic ice lies information about Earth’s climate a million years ago and clues to how rapidly future sea levels will rise because of global warming. Now University of Minnesota Duluth researcher John Goodge is involved in the effort to develop a drilling system capable of quickly boring to those clues.

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