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Spatial variations in the ion composition were studied in 55 surface snow samples collected along three transects in the Ingrid Christensen Coast of East Antarctica. The sea-salt ion constituents revealed a drastic reduction from the ice edge to inland sites. The computed sea-salt sodium and non-seasalt calcium concentrations suggest that while sea spray primarily contributes to the Na 1 , the crustal contribution dominates the Ca 21 in snow samples. The Cl -/ssNa 1 ratios of the snow samplesdoi:10.1017/s0954102010000155 fatcat:e2qjrcnldbf2dbawlowkbzmj3m