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Press Release 13-192
Early-career investigator discovers current volcanic activity under West Antarctica

Seismic "swarms" indicate active magma moving below critical area of Antarctica's ice sheet

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researcher digging out a seismographic instrument in Antarctica

Digging out a seismographic instrument in Antarctica.

Credit: Douglas Wiens, Washington University in St. Louis


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A Twin Otter aircraft on snow covered ground

A Twin Otter aircraft used to deploy sensors.

Credit: Douglas Wiens, Washington University in St. Louis


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