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In Sediments Below Antarctic Ice, Scientists Discover a Giant Groundwater System

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Previously unmapped reservoirs could speed glaciers, release carbon Peer-Reviewed Publication COLUMBIA CLIMATE SCHOOL Many scientists say that liquid water is a key to understanding the behavior of the frozen form…

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