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Annals of Glaciology
Measurements of δ34S covering the years 1935–76 and including the 1963 Agung (Indonesia) eruption were made on a West Antarctic firn core, RIDSA (78.73˚ S, 116.33˚ W; 1740ma.s.l.), and results are used to unravel potential source functions in the sulfur cycle over West Antarctica. The δ34S values of SO42– range from 3.1‰ to 9.9‰. These values are lower than those reported for central Antarctica, from near South Pole station, of 9.3–18.1‰ (Patris and others, 2000). While the Agung period isdoi:10.3189/172756404781814339 fatcat:y6fdgowbybb5vdb5y3axdgcmge