A high, icy lab for learning the past and future impacts of climate change

ClimateWire: At first glance, this research station on the highest point of Greenland's vast ice sheet doesn't look like much. A scattering of trailers perch on stilts high above the snow, with a neat grid of small yellow tents off to one side. There's a tall metal tower, a few outhouses. A pile of fuel bladders stands in stark contrast next to the carefully groomed ice runway. But this nondescript outpost is a magnet for scientists trying to answer some very big questions. Do clouds and tiny aerosol particles......

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