Scientists Have Discovered an Ancient Lake Bed Deep Beneath the Greenland Ice

Kevin Krajick
November 10, 2020

Earth Institute | Columbia University

Using radar and other techniques, researchers have mapped out the sediments left by a lake that apparently existed before Greenland was glaciated. Next step: drilling through the ice to see what they contain.

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The largely featureless surface of the Greenland ice sheet, as seen from the window of a P3 aircraft carrying geophysical instruments aimed at detecting geologic features underneath.