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Press Release 11-242
Pine Island Glacier: A Scientific Quest in Antarctica to Determine What's Causing Ice Loss

International team to drill beneath massive Antarctic ice shelf

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Image of the convoy at Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica.

The convoy at Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica.

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Photo of the Winter Berm at Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica.

The Winter Berm at Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica.

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Aerial view of Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica.

Aerial view of Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica.

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