Figure from Acquisition of borehole temperature measurements from Taylor Dome and the dry valleys for paleoclimate reconstruction
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|Figure 1. Temperatures recorded at 26 m while incrementally logging the 130-m TD-C corehole at Taylor Dome, Antarctica (lower curve). Atmospheric pressure changes (upper curve) were simultaneously recorded 10 centimeters below the surface of the snow adjacent to the borehole. The temperature fluctuations observed in the borehole correlate well with atmospheric pressure changes. (Pa denotes pascals).|