UMaine Researchers Dig Into Alaska Ice Cores to Learn About Pacific Ocean Drivers of Arctic Warming
Fans of the science fiction show Eureka may recall the third season episode, Have an Ice Day, where scientists obtain a giant Russian ice core for study. The study would allow the scientists to get a picture of the Earth's pollution and climate stretching back eons as ice and atmospheric particles accumulated in the Arctic.
Now, University of Maine researchers have done almost the same thing. They're studying ice cores from Alaska for clues to warmer water distribution in the Pacific Ocean...
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