Electrical conductivity measurements on ice cores from the Canadian Arctic: An analysis of signal variation within and between ice cores.

Jiancheng. Zheng
Two ice cores, A93.1 and A93.2, drilled two meters apart at the Agassiz Ice Cap in May of 1993, had on site electrical conductivity measurements (ECM) carried out to determine the confidence limits of the ECM method for chronological and stratigraphic control. Four ECM profiles have been produced from the two cores, one directly on unprepared surfaces of A93.1 and A93.2 and two on a prepared surface of the A93.1 made by a band saw...
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