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Press Release 14-058
Krypton-dating technique allows researchers to accurately date ancient Antarctic ice

NSF-funded technique may eventually allow scientists to better understand cycles of ice ages

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Field glaciologist on the Taylor Glacier

Field glaciologist Daniel Baggenstos samples on the Taylor Glacier in Antarctica, with Friis Hill on the left and the Asgard mountain range in the background.

Credit: Photo courtesy of Hinrich Schaefer


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Ice core driller

Ice core driller Tanner Kuhl with the blue-ice drill on Taylor Glacier in Antarctica.

Credit: Courtesy of Xavier Fain


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