ANDRILL: ANtarctic geological DRILLing
Operations overview for the ANDRILL McMurdo Ice Shelf Project, Antarctica.
Falconer, T., Pyne, A., Levy, R., Olney, M., Curren, M., and the ANDRILL-MIS Science Team., 2007.

Sediment flux through the McMurdo Ice Shelf in Windless Bight, Antarctica.
Dunbar, G.B., Bertler, N.A.N., and McKay, R.M., 2009.

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SMS link
Coulman High Project link
McMurdo Ice Shelf (MIS) Project
MIS intro text
MIS team
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Climate and ice sheet models will expand these results around the Antarctic continent and provide constraints on the potential response by the Ross Ice Shelf and West Antarctic Ice Sheet to predicted future global warming scenarios.
MIS Co-Chief Scientists:
Dr. Tim Naish
Dr. Ross Powell
MIS post-drilling results link
Operational requirements and logistical support for the ANDRILL MIS Project were provided by Antarctica New Zealand through Scott Base (NZ) and Raytheon Polar Services Corporation through McMurdo Station (USA). The ANDRILL international partners in Germany, Italy, New Zealand and the United States provided funding for the ANDRILL Program.