Early Holocene climate oscillations recorded in three Greenland ice cores

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Early Holocene climate oscillations recorded in three Greenland ice cores. / Rasmussen, Sune Olander; Vinther, Bo Møllesøe; Clausen, Henrik Brink; Andersen, Katrine K.

I: Quaternary Science Reviews, Bind 26, Nr. 15-16, 2007, s. 1907–1914.

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Rasmussen, SO, Vinther, BM, Clausen, HB & Andersen, KK 2007, 'Early Holocene climate oscillations recorded in three Greenland ice cores', Quaternary Science Reviews, bind 26, nr. 15-16, s. 1907–1914.

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Rasmussen, S. O., Vinther, B. M., Clausen, H. B., & Andersen, K. K. (2007). Early Holocene climate oscillations recorded in three Greenland ice cores. Quaternary Science Reviews, 26(15-16), 1907–1914.

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Rasmussen SO, Vinther BM, Clausen HB, Andersen KK. Early Holocene climate oscillations recorded in three Greenland ice cores. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2007;26(15-16):1907–1914.

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Rasmussen, Sune Olander ; Vinther, Bo Møllesøe ; Clausen, Henrik Brink ; Andersen, Katrine K. / Early Holocene climate oscillations recorded in three Greenland ice cores. I: Quaternary Science Reviews. 2007 ; Bind 26, Nr. 15-16. s. 1907–1914.

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abstract = "A new ice core chronology for the Greenland DYE-3, GRIP, and NGRIP ice cores has been constructed, making it possible to compare the d18O and accumulation signals recorded in the three cores on an almost annual scale throughout the Holocene. We here introduce the new time scale and investigate d18O and accumulation anomalies that are common to the three cores in the Early Holocene (7.9–11.7 ka before present). Three time periods with significant and synchronous anomalies in the d18O and accumulation signals stand out: the well-known 8.2 ka event, an event of shorter duration but of almost similar amplitude around 9.3 ka before present, and the Preboreal Oscillation during the first centuries of the Holocene. For each of these sections, we present a d18O anomaly curve and a common accumulation signal that represents regional changes in the accumulation rate over the Greenland ice cap.",
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AU - Rasmussen, Sune Olander

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N2 - A new ice core chronology for the Greenland DYE-3, GRIP, and NGRIP ice cores has been constructed, making it possible to compare the d18O and accumulation signals recorded in the three cores on an almost annual scale throughout the Holocene. We here introduce the new time scale and investigate d18O and accumulation anomalies that are common to the three cores in the Early Holocene (7.9–11.7 ka before present). Three time periods with significant and synchronous anomalies in the d18O and accumulation signals stand out: the well-known 8.2 ka event, an event of shorter duration but of almost similar amplitude around 9.3 ka before present, and the Preboreal Oscillation during the first centuries of the Holocene. For each of these sections, we present a d18O anomaly curve and a common accumulation signal that represents regional changes in the accumulation rate over the Greenland ice cap.

AB - A new ice core chronology for the Greenland DYE-3, GRIP, and NGRIP ice cores has been constructed, making it possible to compare the d18O and accumulation signals recorded in the three cores on an almost annual scale throughout the Holocene. We here introduce the new time scale and investigate d18O and accumulation anomalies that are common to the three cores in the Early Holocene (7.9–11.7 ka before present). Three time periods with significant and synchronous anomalies in the d18O and accumulation signals stand out: the well-known 8.2 ka event, an event of shorter duration but of almost similar amplitude around 9.3 ka before present, and the Preboreal Oscillation during the first centuries of the Holocene. For each of these sections, we present a d18O anomaly curve and a common accumulation signal that represents regional changes in the accumulation rate over the Greenland ice cap.

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