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    • Keywords

       

      Antarctica; Be-10; Greenland; ice; solar activity; climate

    • Abstract

       

      We report in this study the distribution of10Be in the top 40 m of the Renland ice core (East Greenland) and in a 30 m long core from DML (Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica) for the period 1931–1988. The two sites show differences in10Be content, the Antarctica site showing smaller variance and a lower average10Be annual flux. Similarly, the average accumulation rate (cm water equivalent year−1) is higher in the Renland relative to DML. The variability in accumulation (precipitation) rates seems to explain part of the difference in10Be flux between the two polar sites. Cyclic fluctuations of10Be flux correlate with the 11-year sunspot number and cosmic ray intensity than with the aa index (perturbation of the geomagnetic activity by the solar wind). Our data corroborate10Be cyclic fluctuation pattern from the Dye 3 ice core and confirm a promising potential for correlation of global and local events.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      A Aldahan1 2 G Possnert2 S J Johnsen3 4 H B Clausen3 4 E Isaksson5 W Karlen6 M Hansson7

      1. Institute of Earth Sciences, Uppsala University, Uppsala - S-752 36, Sweden
      2. Tandem Laboratory, Uppsala University, Uppsala - S-751 21, Sweden
      3. Geophysical Institute, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen - D-2200, Denmark
      4. Science Institute, University of Iceland, Reykjavik - IS-107, Iceland
      5. Norwegian Polar Institute, Box 5072, Oslo - N-0301, Norway
      6. Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University, Stockholm - S-106 91, Sweden
      7. Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University, Stockholm - S-106 91, Sweden
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  • Journal of Earth System Science | News

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