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Ratio of isotopic parameters δ2H-δ18o in Late Pleistocene and Holocene ice wedge

Budantseva Nadine Arkad'evna

PhD in Geography

Senior Scientific Associate, the department of Geography, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University 

119992, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Leninskie Gory, 1, stroenie 19

nadin.budanceva@mail.ru
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Vasil'chuk Yurii Kirillovich

ORCID: 0000-0001-5847-5568

Doctor of Geology and Mineralogy

Professor, the department of Geochemistry of Landscapes and Geography of Soils, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University

119991, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Leninskie Gory, 1, of. 2009

vasilch_geo@mail.ru

DOI:

10.7256/2453-8922.2021.3.36636

Review date:

13-10-2021


Publish date:

02-11-2021


Abstract: The subject of this research is the ratio of isotopic parameters of deuterium of heavy oxygen in ice wedges. The authors considered such parameter as inclination of the line of the ration of deuterium of heavy oxygen in ice wedges. Proximal to GMLV (or LLMV) position of isotope values for ice wedge and inclination of the line proximate to 8 suggests that the ice wedge was formed from atmospheric precipitation (winter snow). The article provides separate examples of anomalous deuterium ratios of heavy oxygen with very low ration of line inclination, which in combination with the abnormally low dexc values indicate the indicate isotopic fractionation processes in snow before melting and/or melting snow water before filling frost-cutting cracks. Three author determines the three main types of ratios of deuterium m of heavy oxygen content in ice wedge: a) normal ratio δ2H-δ18O (with line inclination of the ratio proximate to GLMV or LLMW). b) ratio of deuterium  of heavy oxygen to deviation from GLMV or LLMW (with signs of change in the primary isotope signal of atmospheric precipitation), c) anomalous ratio of deuterium of heavy oxygen. It is shown that the first two types  are characteristic to most ice wedge under study in the vast part of the Russian cryolithozone from the European North to the east of Chukotka; the third type is obtained for several Holocene ice wedge in Transbaikal and upper Yenisei River. This may be explained by significant isotope transformation of snow cover in the conditions of distinctly continental climate.


Keywords: Chersky town, Yamal Peninsula, deuterium, oxygen isotope, permafrost, Holocene, Late Pleistocene, Ice wedge, Lower Kolyma River, Chukotka
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