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|The Discovery of Global Warming August 2003|
The Soviet Union's Vostok Station in central Antarctica, one of the coldest and most remote places on the planet. The drill rig is on the left, the striped building in left center is the power station, and the striped building on the right is where researchers ate and slept. The domed building behind it is a meteorology station.
Photo National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Paleoclimatology Program/Department of Commerce, from NOAA site. Photo by Todd Sowers, LDEO, Columbia University.