CO2 record from Taylor Dome Antarctica

Indermühle et al.

, 1999

Modified from Indermühle et al. (1999) Nature 398: 121-126.

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Caption: The Taylor Dome CO2 record provides a unique high resolution record of atmospheric CO2 concentration during the Holocene, showing that the carbon cycle has not been in steady state during the past 11,000 years. The inset in the upper figure shows the period for which overlapping records from Taylor Dome and Byrd, which have been harmonized using a Monte Carlo method and are presented as a continuous trace, with 1 sigma (pale blue envelope) and two sigma (dark blue line) error bands.

A. Indermühle et al (1999) Holocene carbon-cycle dynamics based on CO2 trapped in ice at Taylor Dome, Antarctica, Nature,  398, 121-126.

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