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Annals of Glaciology
Two ice cores drilled to the bottom were recovered from Miaoergou flat-topped glacier (43°03'19"N, 94°19'21"E; 4512 ma.s.l.), eastern Tien Shan, central Asia, in 2005. A high–resolution record of cadmium was established by applying inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry to one of the ice cores (57.6 m), covering a 228 year period from AD 1776 to 2004. The results showed long-term variations of atmospheric transport and deposition of cadmium at high altitudes. Trend analysis based on thedoi:10.3189/2016aog71a501 fatcat:ptxijymyuzh35p5p3hfw2b5cfe