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Fedchenko Glacier, Tajikistan Ice Core Data
|Aizen et al. (2009) Fedchenko Glacier Trace Element Data, Text or Excel|
In summer 2005, two pilot snow/firn cores were obtained at 5365
and 5206 m a.s.l. on Fedchenko Glacier, Pamirs, Tajikistan,
the world's longest and deepest alpine glacier. High-resolution
Major and Trace Element data were measured on the two cores,
from the upper accumulation zone of the Pamir.
Fedchenko Glacier ice cores:
Core 1: 38.55°N, 72.26°E, 5365m elev., 12.58m core length
Core 2: 38.55°N, 72.26°E, 5206m elev., 9.14m core length
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