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Join scientists in fieldwork in Greenland drilling ice cores
The ice can provide detailed knowledge about the climate in the past, which can provide valuable information for climate models for the climate of the future with global warming.

Secrets of the Ice – Part 1

29 July 2010

Secrets of the Ice - Part 1On top of the Greenland ice sheet a group of icecore-scientists are starting a project of drilling a 2.5 km long ice core out of the ice sheet.
 

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Secrets of the Ice – Part 2

29 July 2010

We follow the scientists on their way to the drilling site for the NEEM-project, and we see how they build the camp.
 

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Secrets of the Ice – Part 3

29 July 2010

We follow the scientists on their way to the drilling site for the NEEM-project, and we see how they build the camp.
 

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Secrets of the Ice – Part 4

29 July 2010

We follow the scientists on their way to the drilling site for the NEEM-project, and we see how they build the camp.
 

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Secrets of the Stones

29 July 2009

Secrets of the StonesDecoding Ireland’s lost past and separate myth from truth is the mission in this innovative history strand produces by Irish Television RTÈ. 
 

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NBI NEWS: GOLDEN SPIKE IN ICE CORE

29 July 2009

NBI NEWS: GOLDEN SPIKE IN ICE COREThe Ice and Climate Group at the Niels Bohr Institute defines the end of the ice age and the beginning of the warmer climate of the current period.
 

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