News Release 18-040
Land-based portion of massive East Antarctic Ice Sheet retreated little during past 8 million years
But increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels could affect stability and potential for sea level rise
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The drilling rig of the ANtarctic geological DRILLing (ANDRILL) project in a 2006 photograph.
Credit: Peter Rejcek / NSF
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