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The North Greenland Eemian Ice Drilling - NEEM - is an international ice core research project aimed at retrieving an ice core from North-West Greenland (camp position 77.45°N 51.06°W) reaching back through the previous interglacial, the Eemian. The project logistics is managed by the Centre for Ice and Climate, Denmark, and the air support is carried out by US ski equipped Hercules managed through the US Office of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation.

Photos can be used freely with clear reference to the source: Photo: NEEM ice core drilling project, http://www.neem.ku.dk. In the cases where the photographer's name is included in the caption or file name, the photographer must also be acknowledged.

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Photos can be used freely with clear reference to the source: Photo: NEEM ice core drilling project, http://www.neem.ku.dk. In the cases where the photographer's name is included in the caption or file name, the photographer must also be acknowledged. Pictures can be downloaded by scrolling the mouse over the picture and choosing the save picture icon that appears in the right hand menu.