Dating the Siple Dome (Antarctica) Ice Core By Manual and Computer Interpretation of Annual LayeringJournal of Glaciology
Abstract/ SummaryThe Holocene portion of the Siple Dome (Antarctica) ice core was dated by interpreting the electrical, visual and chemical properties of the core. The data were interpreted manually and with a computer algorithm. The algorithm interpretation was adjusted to be consistent with atmospheric methane stratigraphic ties to the GISP2 (Greenland Ice Sheet Project 2) ice core, (BE)-B-10 stratigraphic ties to the dendrochronology C-14 record and the dated volcanic stratigraphy. The algorithm interpretation is more consistent and better quantified than the tedious and subjective manual interpretation.
Citation/Publisher AttributionTaylor, KC, Alley, RB, Meese, DA, Spencer, MK, Brook, EJ, Dunbar, NW, Finkel, RC, et al., 2004, Dating the Siple Dome (Antarctica) Ice Core By Manual and Computer Interpretation of Annual Layering: Journal of Glaciology, v. 50, p. 453-461. Available on publisher's site at: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/igsoc/jog/2004/00000050/00000170/art00017
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Citation InformationKendrick C. Taylor, Richard B. Alley, Debra A. Meese, Matthew K. Spencer, et al.. "Dating the Siple Dome (Antarctica) Ice Core By Manual and Computer Interpretation of Annual Layering" Journal of Glaciology Vol. 50 Iss. 170 (2004) p. 453 - 461
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