The East Greenland Ice-core Project - EastGRIP - aims to retrieve an ice core by drilling through the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream (NEGIS). Ice streams are responsible for draining a significant fraction of the ice from the Greenland Ice Sheet, and we hope to gain new and fundamental information on ice stream dynamics from the project, thereby improving the understanding of how ice streams will contribute to future sea-level change. The drilled core will also provide a new record of past climatic conditions from the northeastern part of the Greenland Ice Sheet which will be analysed at numerous laboratories worldwide. The project has many international partners and is managed by the Centre for Ice and Climate, Denmark with air support carried out by US ski-equipped Hercules aircraft managed through the US Office of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation.

Important: EGRIP 2021 field season cancelled!

It is sad to inform that the EGRIP Steering Committee unanimously has decided to cancel the EGRIP 2021 field season due to the COVID-19 restrictions we expect this summer. To keep a cost-efficient season and to have a camp open to all the participating nations we have decided that full 2022 and 2023 season will give a better solution.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact your national representative (https://eastgrip.nbi.ku.dk/partners/) or our logistical staff, Marie Kirk (m.kirk@nbi.ku.dk) and Iben Koldtoft (koldtoft@nbi.ku.dk).

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