Location: Col du Dôme, Alpes, France ; 45°50’N, 6°51’E, altitude 4350 m
Mean annual temperature: -14°C
Team members 1994: Laurent Arnaud (LGGE, Fr.), Jean-Marc Barnola (LGGE, Fr.), Jérôme Chappellaz (LGGE, Fr.), Robert Delmas (LGGE, Fr.), Sugmin Hong (South Korea), Paul Journé (LGGE, Fr.), Alain Manouvrier (LGGE, Fr.), Luc Moreau (IGA, Fr.), Claude Rado (LGGE, Fr.), Louis Reynaud (LGGE, Fr.), Dietmar Wagenbach (Univ. Heidelberg, DE)
Activities: we conducted two ice core drillings down to bedrock, at 130 and 140 m of depth. In parallel, firn air pumping experiments were performed, down to 47 m of depth.
My work in the field: I was the cook of the expedition. I also helped for firn air pumping experiments.