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Precipitation of ochre from a metalliferous mine water outflow at Wheal Augusta in Devon. (c) Braunardt

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Gene Cernan

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What did the Team do for Science in the Ice?

I have explained the background to the scientific projects we are supporting in a number of blog posts and on our website. Now I provid an insight into what ‘doing science’ on the ice actually entails, with the example of sampling snow for metal analysis.