Data for: Spatial variability of perchlorate in East Antarctic surface snow: Implications for atmospheric production

Published: 30 June 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/m97b3stvn3.1
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Surface snow samples were collected along a traverse route from Zhongshan Station to Dome A at an approximate interval of 10 km in the 2014/2015 austral summer. All samples were collected by scraping the snow surface with pre-cleaned sample bottles to a depth of 3 ± 1cm until the bottles were fully filled. Snow accumulation rate and concentrations of Cl, NO3 and ClO4 are 5-point running averages.

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Environmental Chemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry, Glaciochemistry

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