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English: French, Russian, and American scientists in the Vostok team photo with unprocessed ice cores.

Cores coming out of the barrel are generally 4-6m long and are cut to 1m sections. The pictured ice columns are unprocessed cores. White containers in the background are used for transporting 1m sections.

Source caption identifies this as being from GISP2. This actually is at Vostok.
Español: Equipo de la base Vostok con núcleos de hielo sin procesar. Los núcleos extraidos suelen tener de 4 a 6 metros, pero son cortados en secciones de 1 metro. Los contenedores que se observan al fondo se utilizan para transportar estas secciones.
Date c. 2005
Author Todd Sowers, LDEO, Columbia University, Palisades, New York

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78° 27′ 52.00″ S, 106° 50′ 50.00″ E

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