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Victoria University Antarctic Research Expedition Science and Logistics Reports 2002-03: VUWAE 47



Bannister, S. and Naish, T.R. 2002. ANDRILL Site Investigations, New Harbour and McMurdo Ice Shelf, Southern McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Report 2002/01, 24 p.

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Fig. 6. Sediment deposited beneath the McMurdo Ice Shelf in the last 8000 years or so.

Fig. 6. Sediment deposited beneath the McMurdo Ice Shelf in the last 8000 years or so.