Chemical analysis of ice vein microenvironments : II . Analysis of glacial samples from Greenland and Antarctica

@inproceedings{Barletta2012ChemicalAO,
  title={Chemical analysis of ice vein microenvironments : II . Analysis of glacial samples from Greenland and Antarctica},
  author={Robert E Barletta and John C Priscu and Heidy M. Mader and Warren L Jones and Christopher H. Roe},
  year={2012}
}
Chemical constituents trapped within glacial ice provide a unique record of climate, as well as repositories for biological material such as pollen grains, fungal spores, viruses, bacteria and dissolved organic carbon. Past research suggests that the veins of polycrystalline ice may provide a liquid microenvironment for active microbial metabolism fueled by concentrated impurities in the veins. Despite these claims, no direct measurements of impurity concentration in ice veins have been made… CONTINUE READING

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