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Logging Winches & Tower

Logging Winch, Intermediate

To learn more about this piece of equipment, visit the Intermediate Depth Logging Winch webpage.


The intermediate depth logging winch in operation at Siple Dome, Antarctica, during the 2013-2014 summer field season. Credit: Josh Goetz

The intermediate depth logging winch in operation at Siple Dome, Antarctica, during the 2013-2014 summer field season. Credit: Josh Goetz

The IDDO intermediate depth logging winch for logging boreholes up to 1500-meters deeep.



Logging Winch, Deep

To learn more about this piece of equipment, visit the Deep Logging Winch webpage.


The IDDO deep logging winch for logging boreholes up to 4000-meters deep.



Logging Winch, Deep USGS

To learn more about this piece of equipment, visit the USGS Deep Logging Winch webpage.


View of the inside of the borehole logging tent at WAIS Divide, Antarctica, and the USGS Deep Logging Winch (for logging boreholes up to 4400-meters deep) during the 2014-2015 summer field season. Credit: Don Voigt

IDDO driller/winch operator Elizabeth Morton assists with borehole logging operations at WAIS Divide, Antarctica, during the 2011-2012 summer field season. Credit: Kristina Slawny



Logging Tower

To learn more about this piece of equipment, visit the Logging Tower webpage.


The logging tower strapped to spare borehole casing inside the IDDO warehouse. Photo: Unknown

The logging tower in use strapped to a borehole. Photo: Unknown

The intermediate depth logging winch in operation at Siple Dome, Antarctica, during the 2013-2014 summer field season. The logging tower is strapped to the Siple Dome borehole casing. Credit: Josh Goetz