NEWSLETTER OF THE NATIONAL ICE CORE LABORATORY - SCIENCE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
NEWSLETTER OF THE NICL - SCIENCE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
NICL-SMO NEWSLETTER

FALL 2011

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Getting to the Bottom: NICL Team Processes Deepest Ice from WAIS Divide Project

By Peter Rejcek, Antarctic Sun Editor
Mick Sternberg had literally made the same measurement a thousand times before. But this meter-long ice core was perhaps just a little more special. Read More →
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NICL Update - Evaporative Condenser Unit

By Betty Adrian, Acting Technical Director, NICL
On October 20, 2011 the NICL refrigeration system was officially cooled using the new backup evaporative condenser unit (ECU-2). Read More →
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CH2M HILL Polar Services Wins Arctic Contract

On 28 September 2011, NSF awarded CH2M HILL the Arctic Research Support and Logistics Contract to provide research support and logistics services for NSF-sponsored research in the Arctic. Read More →
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Replicate Ice Coring System

By Joe Souney, Ice Drilling Program Office
Replicate coring is the act of deviating out of an existing borehole to collect additional ice samples from depth intervals of particular interest. Read More →
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NICL Use and Ice Core Access

The U.S. National Ice Core Laboratory (NICL) houses approximately 17,000 meters of ice cores recovered from Greenland and Antarctica that are available for study. Read More →
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Recently Funded Projects

View the projects related to ice core research that have been funded by the National Science Foundation since the last issue of In-Depth was published. Read More →

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