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This NOAA website provides a summary of the Greenland Ice Core Project, which resulted in a 3029 m long ice core drilled in Central Greenland from 1989 to 1992. The core reveals information on past environmental and climatic changes that are stored in the ice. Isotopic studies and various atmospheric constituents in the core have revealed a detailed record of climatic variations that span more than 100,000 years. The final report from the project may be downloaded as either a Word or ASCII file.
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