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

SPRING 2015

Digging the Disko: Developing ice core climate records around Disko Bay, west Greenland

By Luke Trusel, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Greenland is melting. Over recent decades, this melt has accelerated and so have contributions from the Greenland Ice Sheet to global sea level. Read More →

Cold and SPICE-y

By Mindy Nicewonger, University of California Irvine
Thinking back to the daily life at South Pole sometimes feels like a dream. However, the hundreds of pictures I took and the 500+ meters of ice core sitting in the archive freezer at the National Ice Core Laboratory prove that it really happened. Read More →

Antarctic ice core reveals how sudden climate changes in North Atlantic moved south

NSF Press Release 15-048
Analysis indicates that northern temperature changes led corresponding southern patterns by 200 years. Read More →

Going Deep: Drilling project to retrieve longest ice core ever from South Pole

By Peter Rejcek, Antarctic Sun Editor
The South Pole is a very cold place, with an average annual temperature of around minus 50 degrees Celsius. 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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