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Marine sediment cores in the Tyrrhenian Sea

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Eclipse Icefield Second Ice core

Icecore 345 m was recovered in 2002, core was sampled continuously at high resolution for major ions and stable isotopes to establish a detailed chronology for the core. Sample resolution ranged from 6 to 15 cm for major ions and 2 to 15 cm for stable isotopes. Stringent core processing techniques were used to ensure samples were contamination-free at the ng/g level.

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LYS perforation by PRIN

The project proposed by the Milano Bicocca (UNIMIB) research unit will investigate aspects of current Alpine glaciation through observations and glaciological measurements, mass balance calculations, and geophysical and geodetic investigation. In particular, the UNIMIB research unit will be responsible for studying the evolution of glaciers from a physical and dynamic perspective. This archive includes non polar ice cores information from Colle del Lys available in the DISAT GEOMATIC LAB repository. A total of 3 different ice core were recovered in 2003 on Colle del Lys, Monte Rosa, Italy.

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Eclipse Icefield second perforation

Two Icecores (345 m and 130 m) were recovered in 2002, 100 m up the flow line from the 1996 drill site. All two cores were sampled continuously at high resolution for major ions and stable isotopes to establish a detailed chronology for the core. Sample resolution ranged from 6 to 15 cm for major ions and 2 to 15 cm for stable isotopes. Stringent core processing techniques were used to ensure samples were contamination-free at the ng/g level.

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Eclipse Icefield third Ice Core

Icecore of 130 m was recovered in 2002, 100 m up the flow line from the 1996 drill site. The core was sampled continuously at high resolution for major ions and stable isotopes to establish a detailed chronology for the core. Sample resolution ranged from 6 to 15 cm for major ions and 2 to 15 cm for stable isotopes. Stringent core processing techniques were used to ensure samples were contamination-free at the ng/g level.

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Eclipse Icefield first perforation

A 160 m firn and ice core was recovered from Eclipse Icefield (60.510 N, 139.470 W, 3017 m elevation) in the summer of 1996. Visible stratigraphy (location and thickness of ice layers) and density measurements were made in the field, and then the core was shipped frozen to the University of New Hampshire.

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Marine sediment cores in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea

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Marine sediment cores in the Ligurian Sea

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PURUOGANGRI Ice Cap Perforation project

Two ice cores (118.4 and 214.7 m in length) were collected in 2000 from the Puruogangri ice cap in the center of the Tibetan Plateau (TP) in a joint US-Chinese collaborative project. These cores yield paleoclimatic and environmental records extending through the Middle Holocene. The high-resolution Puruogangri climate record since AD 1600 details regional temperature and moisture variability.

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Marine sediment cores in the Western Mediterranean Sea

The map identifies the number and geographic distribution of marine sediment cores

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