Gone South for the Winter

Brenda Hall is a leading young scientist studying evidence of abrupt climate change that occurred in Antarctica thousands of years ago. Working on ice sheets at the bottom of the world, Hall and her team use tweezers and spoons to hunt for those clues — bits of algae, shell or animal skin — that are often “the size of cornflakes,” yet monumental in their meaning.

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