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4-Inch Drill

To learn more about this piece of equipment, visit the 4-Inch Drill webpage.


The IDDO 4-Inch Drill near South Pole Station, Antarctica, during the 2016-2017 summer field season. Credit: Mike Waszkiewicz

Beth Bergeron (left) and Michael Jayred (right) drilling a 130-meter deep ice core at WAIS Divide, Antarctica, during the 2006-2007 summer field season. Photo: Joseph Souney

The 4-Inch Drill in northeastern Greenland (near Tunu) during the 2013 field season. Photo: Olivia Maselli

IDDO driller Beth Bergeron (right) drilling a 200-meter deep ice core in northeast Greenland (near Tunu) during the 2013 field season. Photo: Olivia Maselli

IDDO driller Terry Gacke drilling an ice core in northern Greenland during the 2010 field season. Photo: Bob Hawley

IDDO driller Terry Gacke (left) and scientist Bob Hawley (right) drill an ice core in northern Greenland during the 2010 field season. Photo: Bob Hawley

Setting up the 4-Inch Drill's tower with Mt. Waddington (British Columbia, Canada) in the background. Photo: Doug Clark