Some really THICK ice …

Especially cool: In his talk at yesterday’s Wooster Campus Scarlet, Gray and Green Fair, Paolo Gabrielli showed a video of his team at work: drilling thousands of feet down for ice cores at a station in the Antarctic, gathering “thousands of years of climatic history” in a single, translucent, four-foot-long ice core, all with the temperature outside at a less-than-balmy 67 below zero. A story from The Antarctic Sun about some of his work here.

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