High-resolution mineral dust and sea ice proxy records from the Talos Dome ice core

@inproceedings{Schpbach2013HighresolutionMD,
  title={High-resolution mineral dust and sea ice proxy records from the Talos Dome ice core},
  author={Simon Sch{\"u}pbach and Urs Federer and P. Radeljak Kaufmann and Samuel Albani and C. Barbante and Thomas F. Stocker and Hubertus Fischer},
  year={2013}
}
In this study we report on new non-sea salt calcium (nssCa2+, mineral dust proxy) and sea salt sodium (ssNa , sea ice proxy) records along the East Antarctic Talos Dome deep ice core in centennial resolution reaching back 150 thousand years (ka) before present. During glacial conditions nssCa2+ fluxes in Talos Dome are strongly related to temperature as has been observed before in other deep Antarctic ice core records, and has been associated with synchronous changes in the main source region… CONTINUE READING

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