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The glaciological expedition to Mount Ichinsky, Kamchatka, Russia

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Title: The glaciological expedition to Mount Ichinsky, Kamchatka, Russia
Authors: Matoba, Sumito Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Ushakov, Sergey V. Browse this author
Shimbori, Kunio Browse this author
Sasaki, Hirotaka Browse this author
Yamasaki, Tetsuhide Browse this author
Ovshannikov, Alexander A. Browse this author
Manevich, Alexander G. Browse this author
Zhideleeva, Tatyana M. Browse this author
Kutuzov, Stanislav Browse this author
Muravyev, Yaroslav D. Browse this author
Shiraiwa, Takayuki Browse this author
Keywords: Kamchatka
Ice core
Issue Date: Jan-2007
Publisher: Japanese Society of Snow and Ice
Journal Title: Bulletin of Glaciological Research
Volume: 24
Start Page: 79
End Page: 85
Abstract: During summer 2006, we carried out ice-core drilling to bedrock on a glacier at the summit of Mount Ichinsky, Kamchatka, Russia, and recovered a 115-m-long ice core. We also prepared samples, performed ice-core analyses in-situ, and measured the borehole temperature. The temperature of the borehole was -13℃ at 10m depth, and the pore close-off depth was 25m. The melt-feature percentage, or the thickness of frozen ice layers in a 1-m-long section of ice core, varied from 10% to 100%. These ice layers were formed by both rainfall, surface melting, and frost on the glacier surface, which we observed during our expedition. We hypothesize that the fluctuations in the proportion of ice layers show climatic variation in Kamchatka.
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