1.Ice Core as a Time Cupsule for Environmental Information 2.Approach to the Mysteries of the Mechanism of Glacier - Interglacier Cycle
3.The Mechanism of Meteorological and Environmental Changes, 4.Dome Fuji Station, 5.Deep Ice Drilling System, 6.Schedule


Dome Fuji Station

The Best Position for Deep Drilling on Antarctica FDome Fuji

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Dome Fuji Station
Dome Fuji Station
Position77û 19' 01"S
39û 42' 12"E
Elevation3810m
Ice Thickness3030m
Annual mean temperature-54.4 ûC
Minimun temerature-79.9ûC
Annual mean precipitation2.5g/cm2
Average wind speed5.4m/s
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Stock-still Ich-sheet peak

The Ice Sheet covering the Antarctic Continent is strained by its own weight, and flows slowly into sea. At the same time, the center of ice dome is not pushed sidling, and snow has been accumulated from ancient time as snow and ice layers.

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1.Ice Core as a Time Cupsule for Environmental Information 2.Approach to the Mysteries of the Mechanism of Glacier - Interglacier Cycle
3.The Mechanism of Meteorological and Environmental Changes, 4.Dome Fuji Station, 5.Deep Ice Drilling System, 6.Schedule


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