South Pole Ice Core


Peer Reviewed

  1. Casey KA, Fudge TJ, Neumann TA, Steig EJ, Cavitte MGP and Blankenship DD (2014) The 1500 m South Pole ice core: recovering a 40 ka environmental record. Annals of Glaciology, 55(68), 137-146.
  2. Casey KA, Kaspari SD, Skiles SM, Kreutz K, Handley MJ (2017) The spectral and chemical measurement of pollutants on snow near South Pole, Antarctica. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 122, 6592-6610.
  3. Kahle EC, Holme C, Jones TR, Gkinis V, and Steig EJ (2018) A Generalized Approach to Estimating Diffusion Length of Stable Water Isotopes from Ice‐Core Data, J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf. Earth Surface, 123.
  4. Lilien DA, Fudge TJ, Koutnik MR, Conway H, Osterberg EC, Ferris DG, Waddington ED and Stevens MC (2018) Holocene ice‐flow speedup in the vicinity of the South Pole. Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 6557–6565.

General Public

  1. Hickey H (2015) Scientists drilling first deep ice core at the South Pole [Press Release]. University of Washington
  2. Hickey H (2016) UW part of team that drilled first deep ice core at the South Pole [Press Release]. University of Washington
  3. Johnson SK (2016) From the South Pole to the science section: How ice becomes knowledge. Ars Technica
  4. Lucibella M (2016) Getting to the Bottom of SPICECORE - Researchers drill deep into the ice beneath the South Pole to sample Earth's ancient atmosphere. The Antarctic Sun
  5. Rejcek P (2015) Going deep - Drilling project to retrieve longest ice core ever from South Pole. The Antarctic Sun
  6. Rejcek P (2013) SPICE-ing it up - New project plans to retrieve South Pole ice core beginning in 2014-15. The Antarctic Sun