Antarctic trench named after CReSIS director

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Antarctic trench named after CReSIS director
Posted: April 3, 2014

You'll probably never visit it, but a trench under nearly two miles of ice in Antarctica has been named after a Kansas University professor and head of a center devoted to studying the consequences of climate change.

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