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Submission + - Australia Plans to Drill 2,000-Year-Old Ice Core in Antarctica

An anonymous reader writes: Australia announced Saturday a new project to drill a deep ice core in Antarctica, which may shed light on past climatic conditions in the continent. The project, Aurora Basin North project, will involve researchers drilling a 2,000-year-old ice core, in order to search for the scientific "holy grail" of the ice core.
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Australia Plans to Drill 2,000-Year-Old Ice Core in Antarctica

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