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The annual mean oxygen-isotope content of Antarctic snow is strongly influenced by the seasonal variability of accumulation. Since the annual mean δ18O value is frequently used to derive mean annual temperatures from ice cores, changes in atmospheric circulation pattern can lead to large errors in the deduced temperature record. At the German Antarctic wintering base, Neumayer, accumulation measurements have been carried out continuously over the last 16 years. Weekly readings of accumulationdoi:10.1017/s0022143000001325 fatcat:jgvdslqplbfkboqtwxt3xwkhy4