Researcher taking ice core

Researcher taking ice core

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Caption: Researcher extracting an ice core to study the properties of Arctic ice. Analysis of ice cores can reveal changes in climate over time, and air trapped in the ice core provides evidence of the composition of the atmosphere when the ice formed. Photographed in 2015 on the Kara Sea, north of Siberia, Russia.

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