Journal of Glaciology
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Although quantitative interpretation of the low-frequency electrical conductivity of ice cores from central Greenland is complicated by temperature variations of the measured core, annual layers can be recognized in sections of the core that are not impacted by non-seasonal features. Ambiguities in counting of annual layers can be minimized by comparing the electrical conductivity measurements to measurements of dust concentration and visual stratigraphy. A non-linear relationship between applied voltage and the current measured across two electrodes complicates the quantitative comparison of measurements made with different equipment, but does not affect the overall shape of the observed features .
Taylor, Kenorick; Alley, Richard; Fiacco, Joe; Grootes, Pieter; Lamorey, Gregg; Mayewski, Paul Andrew; and Spencer, Mary Jo, "Ice-core Dating and Chemistry by Direct-current Electrical Conductivity" (1992). Earth Science Faculty Scholarship. 273.
Taylor, K., Alley, R.B., Fiacco, J., Grootes, P.M., Lamorey, G.W., Mayewski, P.A. and Spencer, M.J., 1992, Ice core dating and chemistry by direct-current electrical conductivity, Journal of Glaciology, 38(130): 325-332.
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