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A Common Era reconstruction of the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation from the Law Dome ice core, East Antarctica.

Australian Antarctic Data Centre
VANCE, TESSA ROSEMARY ; KIEM, ANTHONY S. ; JONG, LENNEKE M. ; PLUMMER, CHRISTOPHER T. ; MOY, ANDREW ; CURRAN, MARK ; VAN OMMEN, TAS
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This dataset is an annual reconstruction of the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation (IPO), a decadal-scale mode of variability in the Pacific Ocean which has climate impacts across the Pacific Basin. This data is a time series spanning CE 1-2011 inclusive (ie, the Common Era). The time series is reconstructed from three primary annually-resolved proxy series from the Law Dome ice core. These three series are the log-transformed seasonal sea salt concentration for the cool season (June to November), the log-transformed seasonal sea salt concentration for the warm season (December to May) and the annual snowfall accumulation rate. The reconstruction uses a Gaussian kernel correlation reconstruction method (Roberts et al., 2019) with 2000 ensemble members, which provides a mean IPO index value for each year, as well as upper and lower quartiles. The reconstruction target time series was the observed Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation spanning 1870-2020, which had been smoothed using a Gaussian window of 13 years.

This Gaussian kernel correlation reconstruction is an evolution/replacement of the method and reconstruction presented in Vance et al., (2015) to reconstruct the IPO. This is now our preferred dataset for the Law Dome IPO reconstruction, and supersedes that published by Vance et al., (2015).

The time series (dataset) consists of three columns with column headings as follows:
Year – where year is the year from the beginning of the Common Era, ie, ‘436.0’ means the year CE 436, and ‘2009.0’ means the year 2009.
IPO (mean) – the mean of the IPO reconstruction index value
Std Dev) – the standard deviation of the index value for each year.

Issued: 2021-11-24

Data time period: 1987-01-01 to 2017-12-31

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