An optimized multi-proxy, multi-site Antarctic ice and gas orbital chronology (AICC2012): 120--800 ka

@article{Bazin2012AnOM,
  title={An optimized multi-proxy, multi-site Antarctic ice and gas orbital chronology (AICC2012): 120--800 ka},
  author={L. Bazin and Amaelle Landais and B{\'e}n{\'e}dicte Lemieux-Dudon and Habib Toye Mahamadou Kele and Daniel Veres and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Parrenin and Patricia Martinerie and Catherine Ritz and Emilie Capron and Vladimir Ya. Lipenkov and Marie-France Loutre and Dominique Raynaud and Bo M Vinther and Anders Svensson and Sune Olander Rasmussen and Mirko Severi and Thomas Blunier and Markus Christian Leuenberger and Hubertus Fischer and Val{\'e}rie Masson‐Delmotte and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Chappellaz and Eric W. Wolff},
  journal={Climate of The Past},
  year={2012},
  volume={9},
  pages={1715-1731}
}
An accurate and coherent chronological framework is essential for the interpretation of climatic and environmental records obtained from deep polar ice cores. Until now, one common ice core age scale had been developed based on an inverse dating method (Datice), combining glaciological modelling with absolute and stratigraphic markers between 4 ice cores covering the last 50 ka (thousands of years before present) (Lemieux-Dudon et al., 2010). In this paper, together with the companion paper of… 

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