|Title:||Trucked in - WAIS Divide ice cores arrive safely at NICL|
|Organization:||United States Antarctic Program|
|Periodical:||The Antarctic Sun|
Talk about a road trip.
Three semi-trailer trucks, each pulling 20-foot-long refrigeration containers, rolled into Denver on March 15 after a 24-hour trip across the southwest corner of the country from Port Hueneme, Calif.
The cargo: ice. Lots of it - about 43 pallets' worth. But this isn't ice for some fancy cocktail party. The trucks from California had hauled Antarctic ice cores to the National Ice Core Laboratory (NICL) in Lakewood, Colo.
It was the final leg of a journey that had covered some 11,000 miles.