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Summit Station

Summit Station is in operation since 1988. It is situated at the summit of the Greenland ice sheet. It’s the only high altitude, high latitude, inland, year‐round observing station in the Arctic.

It provides unique insights into Arctic-wide and global climate processes and answer transformative science questions about the role of the Greenland Ice Sheet in the global climate system.

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