- In-Depth Newsletter
- Spring 2014
An Update on International Partnerships in Ice Core Sciences
By Ed Brook, Oregon State University, IPICS co-Chair
International Partnerships in Ice Core Sciences (IPICS) has been an active organization since 2002, with a mission of defining and promoting priorities for international ice core science.
Getting Dusty in the Name of Science
By Bess Koffman, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Bess Koffman enjoys getting dusty in the name of science. Currently a postdoctoral scientist at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Koffman recently returned from New Zealand's South Island.
Frozen in time: Three-million-year-old landscape still exists beneath the Greenland Ice Sheet
NSF Press Release 14-057
NSF-funded researchers say the massive ice sheet has fixed the landscape in place, rather than scouring it away.
Blown Past: Dust Found in Antarctic Ice Cores Offers Clues to Ancient Climate
By Peter Rejcek, Antarctic Sun Editor
Courtesy: The Antarctic Sun, U.S. Antarctic Program
Antarctica conjures many different images depending on the imagination. Ice. Cold. Penguins. For Sarah Aciego, it's dust.
Young Ice Core Scientists' Network
ICYS Organizing Committee
Ice Core Young Scientists (ICYS) is an informal, international network of early career scientists dedicated to the study of polar and alpine ice cores and ice core related science.
Brian Bencivengo: Farewell & Thanks!
Richard Nunn, National Ice Core Laboratory
Brian Bencivengo concluded his time as Assistant Curator of the National Ice Core Laboratory on February 7, 2014.