Ice cores: a natural archive to reconstruct and understand past climate change - a DEEPICE project infographic

Sometimes, topics like paleoclimatology and ice coring can be challenging to understand: so many concepts, so many links. How do scientists study the ice cores? Why do they need to know about the past climate to understand the future?  

To answer these and more questions, the DEEPICE Project created an infographic which tells the main goals of the science of ice cores: it will no longer have secrets!

Visit the DEEPICE website and the page dedicated to Communication activities of DEEPICE. 

Ice Cores: A natural archive to reconstruct and understand past climate changes by Cirenia Arias Baldrich is licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International

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