High-precision dating of volcanic events (A.D. 1301–1995) using ice cores from Law Dome, Antarctica

@inproceedings{Palmer2001HighprecisionDO,
  title={High-precision dating of volcanic events (A.D. 1301–1995) using ice cores from Law Dome, Antarctica},
  author={A. S. Palmer and Tas van Ommen and Mark A. J. Curran and Vin I. Morgan and Joseph M. Souney and Paul Andrew Mayewski and • Tas and Dennis Ommen and Edward H. Morgan},
  year={2001}
}
A record of volcanic activity over the period A.D. 1301-1995 has been extracted from three Law Dome ice cores (East Antarctica). The record dating is unambiguous at the annual level from A.D. 1807 to 1995 and has an uncertainty of +l year at A.D. 1301. Signals from 20 eruptions are preserved in the record, including those of two unknown eruptions with acid deposition beginning in A.D. 1810.8 and A.D. 1685.8. The beginning of the ice core signal from the A.D. 1815 Tambora eruption is observed in… CONTINUE READING

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