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Press Release 12-115
Remote Siberian Lake Holds Clues to Arctic--and Antarctic--Climate Change

Fates of polar ice sheets appear to be linked

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Photo of snow and ice covering a building at Lake E in the Russian Arctic.

Keys to climate change lie buried beneath "Lake E" in the Russian Arctic.

Credit: Pavel Minyuk


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Satellite image looking down at the north pole showing a red star at the location of Lake E.

Location of Lake E 100 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle in northeastern Russia.

Credit: Arctic Climate Impact Assessment


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Photo of lead scientists Martin Melles, Julie Brigham-Grette and Pavel Minyuk at Lake E.

Lead scientists Martin Melles, Julie Brigham-Grette and Pavel Minyuk at Lake E.

Credit: Lake E Project


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Image of the camp and a road in the upper left on ice-covered Lake E.

Road in upper left links camp with drilling platform 7 kilometers away on ice-covered Lake E.

Credit: Anders Noren


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Image of a drilling platform and a container holding generators on the ice cover of Lake E.

Drilling platform resting on the ice cover of Lake E; the container in front holds generators.

Credit: Olaf Juschus


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Photo of a wallboard with hanging tools with descriptions in Russian and English at Lake E site.

On the inside: scientists work in at least two languages at the Lake E site.

Credit: Julie Brigham-Grette


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Cover of the June 22, 2012 issue of the journal Science.

The researchers' work is described in the June 22, 2012 issue of the journal Science.

Credit: Copyright AAAS 2012


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