1 edition of Ice-coring project at Mizuho Station, East Antarctica, 1970-1975 found in the catalog.
Ice-coring project at Mizuho Station, East Antarctica, 1970-1975
|Statement||edited by Kou Kusunoki, and Yosio Suzuki.|
|Series||Memoirs of National Institute of Polar Research : Special issue ; no. 10, Memoirs of National Institute of Polar Research., no. 10.|
|Contributions||Kusunoki, Kou, 1921-, Suzuki, Yosio, 1925-|
|LC Classifications||GB2598.M54 I26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||80492723|
Report: Antarctic ice loss has risen sixfold since the s In particular, Rignot says, key parts of East Antarctica, which has been the subject of less focus from researchers in the past. A few years ago, the brilliant Australian Antarctic explorer Tim Jarvis tried to recreate Mawson's solo journey—although with all kinds of built-in backup and safety nets, including a film crew. Exploring the Antarctic has been fraught with challenges, like the famed Australiasian Antarctic Expedition of led by Sir Dougas Mawson, shown here above Proclamation Island in Antarctica. Late last week, a study published by NASA scientists in the Journal of Glaciology made the surprising claim that the gigantic continent of Antarctica is actually gaining ice, rather than losing it.
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Ice-Coring Project at Mizuho Station, East Ice-coring project at Mizuho Station, Hardcover – January 1, by edited Kusunoki, Kou and Yosio Suzuki (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions click to open popoverAuthor: edited Kusunoki, Kou and Yosio Suzuki.
Ice-coring project at Mizuho Station, East Antarctica, Tokyo: National Institute of Polar Research, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kou Kusunoki; Yosio Suzuki.
The European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA) is a multinational European project for deep ice core drilling in main objective is to obtain full documentation of the climatic and atmospheric record archived in Antarctic ice by drilling and analyzing two ice cores and comparing these with their Greenland counterparts (GRIP and GISP).
Direct measurements of surface sublimation rates are estimated at 54 kg m −2 a −1 at m above sea level (asl) near Mizuho Station, East Antarctica (°S, °E) for the period – over a wind‐scoured/glazed surface [Fujii and Kusunoki, ].Cited by: 5.
Chinese crew extract first rock from beneath East Antarctic ice in 60 years The experiment is a test for a plan to extract rock from a buried mountain range.
Alexandra WitzeAuthor: Alexandra Witze. Röthlisberger, R and 8 others () Limited dechlorination of sea-salt aerosols during the last glacial period: evidence from the European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA) Dome C ice core. Geophys. Res., (D16), (doi: /jd)Cited by: 9.
An ancient divide in the rocks beneath East and West Antarctica is controlling the flow of water under the Ross Ice Shelf and the rates at which parts of the ice melt. Another SIPRE project, this time in combination with the IGY, used a rotary rig identical to the rig used at Site 2 to drill at Byrd Station East Antarctica West Antarctica.
Drilling lasted from 16 December to 26 Januarywith casing down to 35 m and cores retrieved down to m. In the proposed system, an electro-thermal drill is employed to penetrate the glacier by melting the ice. In previous studies of electro-thermal drilling, a cartridge Ice-coring project at Mizuho Station was set in the central axis of the head for non-coring electro-thermal drilling (Korotkevich and Kudryashov,Philberth,Taylor, ), whereas for electro-thermal coring, ring- or spiral-shaped heater elements Cited by: 5.
The recent completion of drilling at Vostok station in East Antarctica has allowed the extension of the ice record of atmospheric composition and climate to the past four glacial–interglacial Cited by: Antarctic ice cores hold the secrets of our past climate.
A European project revealed a climate record for the lastyears. It showed that the Earth experience 8 glacial cycles. At Mizuho station in East Antarctica, an ice temperature profile down to m was measured in The measured profile near the surface shows a large negative temperature gradient, i.e.
the. European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA) je evropský mnohonárodní projekt pro hluboké vrty do ledu v hlavním úkolem je získat ucelené informace o klimatických a atmosférických podmínkách z minulosti, které jsou uzavřeny v mocných vrstvách ledu Antarktidy, tak, že jsou porovnávány s podobnými vzorky získanými v Grónsku (GRIP a GISP.
During the 25th Chinese National Antarctica Research Expedition (CHINARE) the site for deep core drilling, named Dome Argus (Dome A), was chosen for recovering of the oldest paleo-climate records and the Chinese Antarctic Kunlun Station was established near the highest point of East Antarctic Ice Sheet ( masl) with coordinates 80°22′ S Cited by: Video of the ocean beneath the sea ice at McMurdo Station, Ross Island, Antarctica.
I included a bit of the hike out towards the Observation Tube just. Europaan Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA) er eit internasjonalt, europeisk prosjekt for å bore djupe iskjernar i ålet er å få fullstendig dokumentasjon av dei klimatiske og atmosfæriske tilhøva som er arkivert i den antarktiske isen ved å bore og analysere iskjerneprøvar og samanlikne dei med prøvane tekne på Grønland.
We measured the concentration of non-sea-salt sulfate (nssSO 4 2 −) in the Dome Fuji shallow ice core (Antarctica) from the surface to 40 m depth with the aim of dating the core with reference to the record of volcanic huge spikes related to large-scale volcanic eruptions were detected at depths of, and m, correlated to the eruptions of Tambora (AD Cited by: Erroneous sea-ice concentration retrieval in the East Antarctic - Hoi Ming Lam, Gunnar Spreen, Georg Heygster, Christian Melsheimer, Neal W.
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The McMurdo Oceanographic Observatory–the MOO–was installed by scientific divers and other personnel in lateseventy-feet (21m) below the frozen. Comment: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner : Theodore K.
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Thermal drills with intermittent drilling and bailing are intended to be operated submerged in meltwater by partially filling a hole. These drills include quick-release cable termination to connect to either the drill or the bailer (Fig.
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House  (OCoLC) East Antarctica is ancient continental material known as craton. Geology's influence The newly discovered tectonic boundary bisecting the Ross ice shelf matters because it. Dome Fuji (ドームふじ Dōmu Fuji), also called Dome F or Valkyrie Dome, is an Antarctic base located in the eastern part of Queen Maud Land at With an altitude of 3, m or 12, ft above sea level, it is the second-highest summit or ice dome of the East Antarctic ice sheet and represents an ice F is the site of Dome Fuji Station, a research station operated by JapanAdministered by: National Institute of Polar Research.
The Ross ice shelf is an expanse of icesquare miles (,) square kilometers) in area and hundreds of feet thick. Ice flows onto the shelf from the land-based East and West Antarctic. East Antarctica's crust is thicker than West Antarctica's: It's between 25 miles and 37 miles (40 and 60 kilometers) thick, compared with the West's 12 miles and 22 miles (20 and 35 km) thick.
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Available.Enormous holes in the Antarctic winter ice pack have popped up sporadically since the s, but the reason for their formation has been largely mysterious.
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