LAW DOME CAMP, ANTARCTICA: Photo taken in 1993 shows a glaciologist removing a core ice to study the chemical make-up of its body dating back to 1840, and to provide the first long-term record of sustained decline in Antarctic ice, in Law Dome Camp, Antartica. Australian researchers reported, 14 November 2003, a significant and steady reduction in Antarctic sea ice over the past 50 years in a development with implications for our understanding of global climate change. AFP PHOTO/Vin MORGAN (Photo credit should read VIN MORGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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