Re: measuring years through the Antarctica icesheets

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Date: Wed Nov 30 2005 - 07:48:32 EST

David CAmpbell wrote:


There are also several seasonal chemical changes that can be traced in an ice core. For example, the ratio of 18O to 16O varies with the season. There are also some historical events that you can look for, such as major volcanic eruptions or the high level of radionucleotides associated with widespread atmospheric nuclear tests.


Do you have references? I could sure use that with the YECs

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