Earth Paleoenvironments: Records Preserved in Mid- and Low-Latitude Glaciers

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-2145-9 (Print) 978-1-4020-2146-6 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Introduction and Methods

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      Pages 3-15

      High Altitude, Mid- and Low-Latitude Ice Core Records: Implications for Our Future

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      Pages 17-36

      Methods of Mid- and Low-Latitude Glacial Record Collection, Analysis, and Interpretation

  2. The Climate and Environmental Change Record over the Last 200 Years

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      Pages 39-59

      The Influence of Post-Depositional Effects on Ice Core Studies: Examples From the Alps, Andes, and Altai

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      Pages 61-79

      Event to Decadal-Scale Glaciochemical Variability on the Inilchek Glacier, Central Tien Shan

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      Pages 81-94

      Climatic Interpretation of the Gradient in Glaciochemical Signals Across the Crest of the Himalaya

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      Pages 95-119

      Reconstruction of European Air Pollution from Alpine Ice Cores

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      Pages 121-143

      Glacier Research in Mainland Scandinavia

  3. The Climate and Environmental Change Record Over the Last 200 – 500 Years

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      Pages 145-161

      Four Centuries of Climatic Variation Across the Tibetan Plateau from Ice-Core Accumulation and δ18O Records

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      Pages 163-180

      Climatic Changes Over the Last 400 Years Recorded in Ice Collected From The Guliya Ice Cap, Tibetan Plateau

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      Pages 181-216

      Evidence of Abrupt Climate Change and the Development of an Historic Mercury Deposition Record Using Chronological Refinement of Ice Cores at Upper Fremont Glacier

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      Pages 217-234

      Variations Between δ18O in Recently Deposited Snow and on-Site Air Temperature, Upper Fremont Glacier, Wyoming