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1. DIRTMAP Version 2. Last Glacial Maximum, Late Holocene, and Modern Eolian Fluxes from Ice Cores, Marine Sediments, Marine Sediment Traps, and Terrestrial Deposits - NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_2002-045 [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_2002-045]
The records of dust accumulation rates included here represent the second version of the DIRTMAP data base, including dust information from ice cores, marine sediments, marine sediment traps, and ...


2. Collaborative Research:History and Evolution of the Siple Coast Ice Stream Systems as Recorded by Former Shear-Margin Scars [raymond_nsf9909518]
This data set is a study of the scar-like features that are well-known from the Siple Coast ice stream system in West Antarctica. The objective of the field work was to identify the nature ...


3. Ice Core Chemistry from the Norwegian-U.S. Scientific Traverse of East Antarctica, IPY 2007-2009 [NSIDC-0520]
This data set consists of sodium (Na) and magnesium (Mg) concentrations versus depth in seven ice cores that were obtained by the Norwegian-U.S. Scientific Traverse of East Antarctica during the International ...


4. Multiple-isotope Analysis of Nitrate and Sulfate in the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide Ice Core [thiemens_0538520]
The goal of this project is to use the isotopic composition of sulfate and nitrate in the WAIS Divide core to help place better constraints on the oxidant composition of the pre-industrial atmosphere. ...


5. Physical Properties of the US ITASE Firn and Ice Cores from South Pole to Taylor Dome [meese_0538494]
This award supports a project for physical properties research on snow pits and firn/ice cores with specific objectives that include stratigraphic analysis including determination of accumulation ...


6. Temporal variation in usnic acid concentration in Usnea aurantiaco-atra in Antarctica [110-88_01]
In Usnea aurantiaco-atra, growing in the Antarctica, a monthly variation in the usnic acid content, in individual thalli, was studied by means of scanning densitometry (HPTLC). The higher accumulation ...


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