West Antarctica's sensitivity to natural and human-forced climate change over the Holocene
PA Mayewski, KA Maasch, D Dixon, SB Sneed, R Oglesby, E Korotkikh, M Potocki, B Grigholm, K Kreutz, AV Kurbatov, N Spaulding, JC Stager, KC Taylor, EJ Steig, J White, NAN Bertler, I Goodwin, JC Simoes, R Jana, S Kraus Show all
Journal of Quaternary Science | WILEY-BLACKWELL | Published : 2013
Awarded by National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs
This research was supported by National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs grants (0096305, 9316564, 0096299, 0424589, 0439589, 063740, 063650 and 0837883) and Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development part of the Brazilian Antarctic Program (PROANTAR), and the Chilean Antarctic Institute (INACH) and Fundacion CEQUA. We gratefully acknowledge support from: the Polar Ice Coring Office (University of Alaska Fairbanks), Ice Core Drilling Services (University of Wisconsin Madison), the 109th Air National Guard (Scotia, New York), Chilean Air Force (FACH), Raytheon Polar Services, the National Ice Core Laboratory (NICL), analytical contributions from the Climate Change Research Center (University of New Hampshire) and E. A. Meyerson (Climate Change Institute), ice core drilling by M. Wumkes (Glacier Data), M. Gerasimov and M. Waskiewicz (Ice Core Drilling Services and the Polar Ice Coring Office), and our GISP2, Siple Dome, Taylor Dome and ITASE colleagues. GISP2, Siple Dome, Taylor Dome and ITASE are archived at National Climatic Data Center (NCDC).