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1), which is assumed to be the site of deposition of the oldest ice in the Dye 3 deep ice core. The arrows indicate the Dye 3 drill site, and the sites of deposition of 5000 and 10,000 yr old ice in the deep core, according to flow model calculations (see section 4). 62 %0 per DC (14). The scatter close to Dye 3 seems to be connected to the considerable surface undulations in this area, perhaps because of a varying summer to winter snow accumulation ratio from place to place. Anyhow, the scatter indicates that the 0 18 0 profile along the younger part of the deep core needs considerable correction.
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Hence, the present thicknesses of annual layers in the ice core can only be interpreted in terms of past accumulation rates at -46 - Ice divide Bedrock Fig. 2. Cross section perpendicular to the ice divide of an idealized ice sheet resting upon a plane horizontal bedrock. The thickness of the ice is exaggerated by two orders of magnitude relative to the horizontal dimension. The arrows show internal ice flow lines. The thin, horizontal lines symbolize annual layers that are stretched and therefore get thinner, as they sink into the ice sheet.