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Hand Augers

To learn more about this piece of equipment, visit the Hand Auger webpage.


IDDO hand auger kit contents. Credit: Josh Goetz

IDDO hand auger kits packed and ready for shipment to Antarctica. Credit: Josh Goetz

IDDO hand auger kits at WAIS Divide, Antarctica. Credit: Josh Goetz

The cutting head of the IDDO hand auger. Credit: Josh Goetz

Josh Goetz field tests the IDDO 3-Inch hand auger design at WAIS Divide, Antarctica. Credit: Steffen Bo Hansen

Josh Goetz field tests the IDDO 3-Inch hand auger design at WAIS Divide, Antarctica. Credit: Steffen Bo Hansen

Josh Goetz field tests the IDDO 3-Inch hand auger design at WAIS Divide, Antarctica. Credit: Steffen Bo Hansen

A scientist uses a PICO hand auger in the middle of East Antarctica during the Norwegian-U.S. Tranverse of East Antarctica. Credit: Mary Albert

The PICO hand auger on McCall Glacier, Alaska. Credit: Matt Nolan

David Silverstone (University of Alaska) collects an ice core with a PICO hand auger. Credit: Matt Nolan

A scientist operates a PICO hand auger outside of Summit Station, Greenland. Credit: David Noone

A SIPRE hand auger is used on an ice-covered northern U.S. temperate lake. Credit: Robert McKay

Historical image of the SIPRE hand auger. Credit: Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State University