From Glossary of Meteorology
A record of the H+ concentration in an ice core.
Unless otherwise stated, the H+ concentration is indirectly determined by the measuring the electrical conductivity. Annual layering, volcanic activity, periods with abundant alkaline dust, and biomass burning can sometimes be detected.
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