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  Information - CL25 EPICA-MIS: EPICA ice cores, marine counterparts, and Quaternary Earth System Dynamics (co-listed in CR)

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The European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA) is a consortium of laboratories from 10 European nations, under the auspices of the European Science Foundation (ESF), and funded by the European Union (EU) and national organizations. EPICA has drilled two cores to bedrock, one at Concordia Station, Dome C (7506'S, 12321'E), the other at Kohnen Station in Dronning Maud Land (DML) (7500'S, 004'E). The Dome C drilling has reached the bedrock, and provides 800,000 years of climate history. The DML drilling also reached the bed in early 2006, and provides a high resolution view of a shorter period from a site facing the Atlantic Ocean.

This session aims to use the EPICA cores, along with marine counterparts of similar age (including those from the EU project EPICA-MIS), as a spur to greater understanding of the Earth System's behaviour during the Quaternary. It will allow EPICA and other scientists to present data on climate and environmental change. But additionally the session will welcome modelling contributions that address the causes of Quaternary variability in climate, CO2 and other components.

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