|Title||Frozen Annals - Greenland Ice Sheet Research|
Willi Dansgaard has played a pivotal role in developing ice core research into one of the most powerful tools in present studies of past climate changes. His ground breaking work on the link between stable isotopic composition of precipitation and atmospheric temperature, which he discovered almost by accident in 1952, led to the first ever systematically analyzed deep ice core records of past climate: Camp Century (Greenland) in 1969 and Byrd Station (Antarctica) in 1972. Since his retirement in 1992, Willi Dansgaards group has continued its work on ice core research. The group is the Ice and Climate research group at the Niels Bohr Institute.
|Special Collections||History of Ice Drilling/Coring|
|Citation||Willi Dansgaard ( 2004 ) Frozen Annals - Greenland Ice Sheet Research. 1-124 .|