- In-Depth Newsletter
- Spring 2011
By Thomas Bauska, Oregon State University
Around 11,500 years ago the methane content of the atmosphere increased by about 50% in as little as 200 years.
By Nicole Spaulding, University of Maine
When I was asked to write about my experience working in the Allan Hills, I could scarcely think of where to begin: the beauty? the wind?
By Betty Adrian, Acting Technical Director, NICL
It's midsummer in Denver, and the city has been baking under a heat wave for a couple of months. But in one small corner of the sprawling Denver Federal Center campus in the nearby suburb of Lakewood, about a dozen people are bundled up in thickly insulated Carhartt jumpsuits, wool caps, scarves and gloves
By Daniel J. Vaccaro, Regis University
Reproduced with permission from Regis University Magazine, Volume 19: Issue 2, Spring 2011
Essentially, it goes something like this. The story of our world is written in snow. Or more specifically in the layers of deposited snow that fall each year in the high and cold places of the planet, which eventually compact into ice and form glaciers.
By Joe Souney, WAIS Divide Ice Core Project SCO
After a ~16-day weather delay, RPSC opened WAIS Divide via a Basler on November 8 with a seven person put-in team
By Mark Twickler, NICL-Science Management Office, University of New Hampshire
Dedication. Commitment. Diligence. Those words come to mind when watching the WAIS Divide ice core processing at NICL this summer.