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Operation to save the "memory" of ice Add to ...

Scientists have extracted ice cores from the "Col du Dome" (4304 m) glacier as part of the "Ice Memory project" in Chamonix, near the Mont-Blanc peak in eastern France. The goal, born out of the threat of global warming, is to build the world's first library of glacier ice that will be preserved in Antarctica.

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