Ice core evidence of rapid air temperature increases since 1960 in alpine areas of the Wind River Range , Wyoming , United States

@inproceedings{Naftz2002IceCE,
  title={Ice core evidence of rapid air temperature increases since 1960 in alpine areas of the Wind River Range , Wyoming , United States},
  author={David L. Naftz and David D. Susong and Paul F. Schuster and L. DeWayne Cecil and Michael D. Dettinger and Robert L. Michel and Carol Kendall},
  year={2002}
}
[1] Site-specific transfer functions relating delta oxygen 18 (dO) values in snow to the average air temperature (TA) during storms on Upper Fremont Glacier (UFG) were used in conjunction with dO records from UFG ice cores to reconstruct long-term trends in air temperature from alpine areas in the Wind River Range, Wyoming. Transfer functions were determined by using data collected from four seasonal snowpacks (1989–1990, 1997– 1998, 1998–1999, and 1999–2000). The timing and amount of each… CONTINUE READING
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