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Waelbroeck, Claire; Jouzel, Jean; Labeyrie, Laurent D; Lorius, C; Labracherie, Monique; Stiévenard, Michel; Barkov, Nartsiss I (1995): Dust, sea surface temperature and deuterium of ice core Vostok. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Waelbroeck, C et al. (1995): A comparing the Vostok ice deuterium record and series from Southern Ocean core MD 88-770 over the last two glacial-interglacial cycles. Climate Dynamics, 12(2), 112-123,

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Latitude: -78.464420 * Longitude: 106.837320
Date/Time Start: 1980-01-01T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1980-01-01T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, ice/snow: m * Maximum DEPTH, ice/snow: 2757 m
Vostok * Latitude: -78.464420 * Longitude: 106.837320 * Date/Time: 1980-01-01T00:00:00 * Elevation: 3488.0 m * Recovery: 2755 m * Location: Antarctica * Campaign: Ice_core_diverse * Basis: Sampling/drilling ice * Method/Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: annual pressure 624 mbar; mean annual temperature -55.5°C; snow accumulation between 2.2 and
22.5 g/cm**2/yr, about 250 ka
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DEPTH, ice/snowDepth ice/snowmGeocode
2δ DeuteriumδD‰ SMOWWaelbroeck, ClaireDeuterium values have been measured on ice samples of length comprised between 0.5 and 2 m and reinterpolated on 1 m intervals afterwards. The total ice recovery for each core increment is 85% or higher. Measurement accuarcy is of ±0.5 %o SMOW (1 sigma). From the surface down to 7 m a constant value of -438 %o is reported.
3Sea surface temperature, annual meanSST (1-12)°CJouzel, JeanThe temperature change corresponds to the corrected curve published in Jouzel et al, 1996. This temperature is calculated using a deuterium/temperature gradient of 9%o/°C after accounting for the isotopic change of sea-water and applying a smoothing procedure; this record is then corrected for the influence of the geographical position of the precipitation site as described in Jouzel et al, 1996.
4Dust volumeDust vol10-9 cm3/gWaelbroeck, ClaireDust voulme concentration of ice as published by Petit et al, 1990 from 125 to 2202 m and by Jouzel et al, 1993 between 2202 and 2541 m.
5Dust particlesDust partarbitrary unitsWaelbroeck, ClaireNumber of dust particles larger than 0.8 µm per g of ice. As for deuterium measurements 3.41 m have been added to the depth measured in the field for 5G samples (on this core measurements have been done below 2500 m only).
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