Back at the lab

After a successful field season in Antarctica, the real work begins back at the lab, where geologists pore over reams of data, trying to piece together the history of the ancient buried glaciers of the Transantarctic Mountains. The ice cores they bring back might hold clues to the Earth's past climate, and help scientists predict the future of the polar ice caps and sea-level rise.

Provided by Boston University

Runtime: 2:41

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