A record of the oxygen-isotope ratios and net accumulation from an ice core drilled on Dyer Plateau in the Antarctic Peninsula is presented. This 233 m long ice core was drilled in the southern summer season of 1989/90. The isotope data covers the years 1505 to 1988. The snow accumulation data covers 1840 to 1988.
Mulvaney, R. (2017). Stable isotope data and snow accumulation from the Dyer Plateau ice core, drilled 1989-90, Palmer Land, Antarctic Peninsula (Version None) [Data set]. Polar Data Centre; British Antarctic Survey, Natural Environment Research Council; Cambridge, CB3 0ET, UK.. https://doi.org/10.5285/21a8fca5-8eae-48e4-93c0-bc6b4433e34c
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Thompson, L., Peel, D., Mosley-Thompson, E., Mulvaney, R., Dal, J., Lin, P., Davies, M. E., Raymond, C.. Climate since AD 1510 on Dyer Plateau, Antarctic Peninsula: Evidence for recent climate change. Annals of Glaciology, 20, 420-426. doi:10.3189/172756494794587438