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Latitude: 72.970000 * Longitude: -38.800000
Date/Time Start: 1993-05-27T09:29:00 * Date/Time End: 1993-07-20T16:09:00
Minimum Elevation: 3208.0 m * Maximum Elevation: 3208.0 m
GISP2 * Latitude: 72.970000 * Longitude: -38.800000 * Date/Time: 1990-01-01T00:39:00 * Elevation: 3208.0 m * Recovery: 3053 m * Campaign: GISP * Basis: Sampling/drilling ice * Method/Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: GISP2 is a combination of the shallow B and the deeper D core; about 200 ka
Samples were collected from the top few millimeters of snow from a 10 x 10 cm area. Samples were generally melted and analyzed within 1 to 3 hours after collection. Analysis was by the peroxidase method of Sigg et al. (1992).
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|2||Day of the year||DOY||day||Dibb, J E|
|3||Hydrogen peroxide, water||H2O2||µmol/l||Bales, Roger C||Peroxidase||Concentration data for H2O2 in surface snow for the 1993 summer season. Samples were collected from the top few millimeters of snow from a 10 x 10 cm area. Samples were generally melted and analyzed within 1 to 3 hours after collection. Analysis was by the peroxidase method of Sigg et al. (1992). See Bales et al. (1995) for more details.|
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