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1. Taylor Dome (Antarctica) 60-20 kyr BP Ice Core CO2 Data [TAYLOR60-20_CO2_NOAA_NGDC_PAGES]
This data set consists of CO2 concentrations from oxygen isotopes in air trapped in the Taylor Dome (Antarctica) ice core from 20 to 60 kyr BP. The data set consists of depth (m), ice age (kyr BP ...


2. Taylor Dome (Antarctica) Holocene Ice Core CO2 Data, 0.4-11 kyr BP [TAYLOR_CO2_NOAA_NGDC_PAGES]
This data set consists of CO2 concentrations from oxygen isotopes in the Taylor Dome (Antarctica) ice core from 0.4 to 11 kyr BP. The data set consists of depth (m), age (year before 1950), mean ...


3. N2O, CH4 and CO2 Data from Dome C Ice Core (Antarctica) Covering the Holocene, NOAA/NCDC/WDC Paleoclimatology [NOAA_NGDC_PALEO_DOMEC]
This data consists of nitrous oxide (N2O), carbon dioxide (CO2), and methane (CH4) concentrations from the EPICA Dome C ice core (Antarctica). [Abstract] Nitrous oxide (N2O ) concentration records ...


4. Byrd Station (Antarctica) N2O Ice Core Data from WDC/Paleoclimatology [NOAA_NGDC_PALEO_BYRD]
The N2O data consists of three files: - N2O data from the GRIP (Greenland) ice core covering the last glacial-interglacial transition. - N2O data from the GRIP ice core covering Dansgaard-Oeschger ...


5. Historical Methane (CH4) Record from Ice Cores at Byrd Station (Antarctica) and Dye 3 Station (Greenland), in CDIAC, Trends '93 [CDIAC_CH4_BYRD_DYE3]
Atmospheric concentrations of CH4 were extracted from the 2,184-m ice core from Byrd Station (Antarctica) for the period 550 - 51,100 BP in 1967-68 by the U.S. Cold regions Research and Engineering ...


6. Historical Methane (CH4) Record from the Siple (Antarctica) Ice Core, in CDIAC,Trends '93 [CDIAC_CH4_SIPLE]
Ice cores drilled at Siple Station (Antarctica) for 200-m depth were analyzed for CH4 concentrations for the period 1771-1956. Two different methods were used for extracting air in the ice core (dry ...


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