Measurement of organic carbon in polar snow samples

@article{Twickler1986MeasurementOO,
  title={Measurement of organic carbon in polar snow samples},
  author={Mark S. Twickler and Mary Jo Spencer and Wm. Berry Lyons and Paul Andrew Mayewski},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1986},
  volume={320},
  pages={156-158}
}
Glaciers provide a unique medium for the study of palaeoatmos-pheric chemistry1–3, particularly in polar glaciers where chemical records may extend for at least several hundred thousand years. Glaciochemical records from remote, high-latitude areas provide a regional- to global-scale integration of past atmospheric chemistry. These records yield information regarding climate change4–7, volcanic events8,9 and solar activity10, as well as the effect of human activities11,12. Although gaseous… CONTINUE READING

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