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Freezer Malfunction Melts Arctic Ice Samples

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A freezer malfunction at the University of Alberta has melted some of the world’s largest collection of Canadian Arctic ice core samples. The university says about 12 percent of the collection was damaged when temperature in the storage freezer soared to 40 C over the weekend.

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