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Mindy Nicewonger at the core processing station inside the drill tent. | by U.S. Ice Drilling
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Mindy Nicewonger at the core processing station inside the drill tent.

Mindy Nicewonger at the core processing station inside the drill tent. The drill recovers ice cores approximately 2-meters in length. The 2-meter long sections of core are then cut into 1-meter long sections so that they fit into the standard-sized insulated shipping container (ISC) boxes used by the US ice-coring community to transport ice cores. A dry-cut circular saw is used to make the cuts. Photo credit: Murat Aydin

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Taken on December 30, 2014