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Climatological Implications of Stable Isotope Variations in Deep Ice Cores from Byrd Station, Antarctica

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Anthony J. Gow
Anthony J. Gow
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Samuel Epstein
Samuel Epstein
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Robert P. Sharp
Robert P. Sharp
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Published:
January 01, 1973

Oxygen- and hydrogen-isotope analyses of ice cores from a hole drilled 2,164 m through the Antarctic Ice Sheet suggest that the Wisconsin cold interval began about 75,000 yrs B.P., reached its climax about 17,000 yrs B.P., and terminated about 11,000 yrs B.P.

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GSA Memoirs

The Wisconsinan Stage

Robert F. Black
Robert F. Black
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Richard P. Goldthwait
Richard P. Goldthwait
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H. B. Willman
H. B. Willman
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Geological Society of America
Volume
136
ISBN print:
9780813711362
Publication date:
January 01, 1973

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