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Supporting big picture science: Hägglunds and quad bikes being used as part of a summer based field project investigating the modern day limnology of epiglacial lakes. Unnamed Lake, Central Masson Range, Framnes Mountains, East Antarctica. Summer 2004/2005 season. Thomas Pickard

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