Centre for Ice and Climate – University of Copenhagen

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Centre for Ice and Climate, ice core, ice cores, Inland ice, climate research

Centre for Ice and Climate is a centre of excellence at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. The centre's main activities are drilling of ice cores through the Greenland ice sheet (e.g. the NGRIP and NEEM projects) and analysis of ice cores with the objective of understanding the governing processes of past and future climate.

Prestigious EU Grant

Bo Vinther from Centre for Ice and Climate has received a shared grant of approx. 90 mill. DKK for Arctic cliamate research focusing on abrupt climate change and consequences of such change for Greenland

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Centre people to Antarctic

In the beginning of December 2013 three team members of the centre fly to Antarctic to participate in an Australian ice core drilling project. In their luggage they bring a completely new drilling system developed by the centre.

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