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Experts Drill Deep into Arctic Ice for Climate Change Clues

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September 7, 2011
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Researchers are deploying 3D laser scanners on an Arctic ice floes to augment satellite data being gathered dozens of miles overhead. The project aims to accurately measure the thickness of arctic ice to better understand the impact of global warming.


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