Where Ice Sheets Meet

Last winter, University of Maine master’s student Aaron Putnam was in the TransAntarctic Mountains on an expedition that included some extreme rock collecting. He and members of a research team rappelled into wind-carved ice moats, scaled sheer cliffs and chipped away at boulders, looking for clues about the stability of the two ice sheets that cover Antarctica.


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