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Authors: Naish, T.*
Powell, R.*
Rich, L.*
ANDRILL-MIS Science Team, *
ANDRILL-MIS Science Team, *
ANDRILL-MIS Science Team, *
Title: Examining Antarctica
Other Titles: A geological record of the last 14 million years of Antarctic climate and tectonic history from ANDRILL McMurdo Ice Shelf Project
Title of journal: Geotimes
Series/Report no.: / october(2007)
Issue Date: 2007
Keywords: Antarctic climate
Abstract: During the Southern Hemisphere’s last summer, between October 29 and December 26, about 80 researchers, drillers, educators and support staff from four nations met in Antarctica to drill deeper than ever before into the Antarctic continental margin. With a recovery rate of 98 percent, the new core represents the longest and most complete geological record from the seafloor just off Antarctica. Researchers working on the project hope the core will help them understand Antarctica’s storied past.
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