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Deep ice cores from Dome Fuji, East Antarctica

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Two deep ice cores were drilled at Dome Fuji, East Antarctica by the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition teams. The first and second cores were drilled down to 2403m and 3035m, respectively. The second core goes back to 700,000 years ago. I will first introduce brief history of the Dome Fuji drilling. I will then discuss the climatic and environmental changes recorded at Dome Fuji, and compare them with those at Dome C.

This talk is part of the BAS Chemistry & Past Climate Seminars series.

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