Further information "Cosmic radiation" und "Cosmogenic nuclides" in German Please contact Silke Merchel for further information or have a look at the following papers: Further reading particularly with respect to terrestrial produced cosmogenic radionuclides Reviews P.
Bierman, Rock to sediment — slope to sea with 10Be — rates of landscape change, Ann. Phillips, Terrestrial in situ cosmogenic nuclides: Radioactivity in the Environment, Chapter 6, 16 Kutschera, Accelerator mass spectrometry: Kieser, Mass spectrometry with accelerators, Mass Spectrometry Reviews 30 Brook, Examination of surface exposure ages of Antarctic moraines using in-situ produced 10Be and 26Al, Geochim.
Acta 55 Nishiizumi, Chemical isolation of quartz for measurement of in-situ-produced cosmogenic nuclides, Geochim. Acta 56 Acta 84 Cresswell, Cosmogenic chlorine from calcium spallation, Geochim. Acta 60 Technique and Applications, Advances in Analytical Geochemistry 1 Wallner, Towards more precise 10Be and 36Cl data from measurements at the level: Influence of sample preparation, Nucl. Reedy, Numerical simulation of in situ production of terrestrial cosmogenic nuclides, Nucl.
Arnold, Cosmic ray production rates of 10Be and 26Al in quartz from glacially polished rocks, J. Schimmelpfennig, Sources of in-situ 36Cl in basaltic rocks. Implications for calibration of production rates, Quaternary Geochronology 4 Cresswell, Cosmogenic chlorine production in calcite from muons, Geochim. Acta 62 Zreda, Spatial and temporal distribution of secondary cosmic-ray nucleon intensities and applications to in situ cosmogenic dating, Earth Planet.
Dunai, Scaling factors for production rates of in situ produced cosmogenic nuclides: See also comments by Desilets et al. Dunai, Influence of secular variation of the geomagnetic field on production rates of in situ produced cosmogenic nuclides, Earth Planet. Lal, Cosmic ray labeling of erosion surfaces: Wieler, Correction of in situ cosmogenic nuclide production rates for geomagnetic field intensity variation during the past , years, Geochim.
Acta 65 Pyle, Addressing solar modulation and long-term uncertainties in scaling secondary cosmic rays for in situ cosmogenic nuclide applications, Earth Planet. Shea, Scaling time-integrated in situ cosmogenic nuclide production rates using a continuous geomagnetic model, Earth Planet. Lifton, Geomagnetic effects on time-integrated cosmogenic nuclide production with emphasis on in situ 14C and 10Be, Earth Planet. Stone, Air pressure and cosmogenic isotope production, J.
Zreda, Chlorine in groundwater of the United States: Le Gal La Salle, J. Agrinier, Establishing constraints on groundwater ages with 36Cl, 14C, 3H, and noble gases: A case study in the eastern Paris basin, France, Applied Geochemistry 25 and erratum. Acta 86 House advertising - some of our latest publications ;- G. Rugel, Calculation of the rockwall recession rate of a limestone cliff, affected by rockfalls, using cosmogenic chlorine Wagenbach, Year-round record of bulk and size-segregated aerosol composition in central Antarctica Concordia site Part 2: Biogenic sulfur sulfate and methanesulfonate aerosol, Atmosph.
Steinhauser, Low-cost production of a 7Be tracer from rainwater and purification: Merchel, Repeated large-magnitude earthquakes in a tectonically active, low-strain continental interior: Solid Earth Sanford, Use of multiple age tracers to estimate groundwater residence times and long-term recharge rates in arid southern Oman, Applied Geochemistry 74 Status and developments for more accurate radionuclide data, Nucl. Winkler, Recent near-Earth supernovae probed by global deposition of interstellar radioactive 60Fe, Nature Rugel, Denudation rates across the Pamir based on 10Be concentrations in fluvial sediments: Rugel, Millennial erosion rates across the Pamir based on 10Be concentrations in fluvial sediments: Dominance of topographic over climatic factors, Earth Surf.
Reitner, Surface exposure dating of the Veliki vrh rock avalanche in Slovenia associated with the earthquake, Quat. Folco, Cosmic ray exposure and pre-atmospheric size of the Gebel Kamil iron meteorite, Meteorit. B Status and recent developments on 36Cl and I, Nucl.
GFZ-Journal 3 2 Casado, The Ksar Ghilane shergottite — the th registered Martian meteorite fragment, Meteorit. Schaefer, Accuracy of 9Be-data and its influence on 10Be cosmogenic nuclide data, J.
Xu, Quality assurance in accelerator mass spectrometry: Results from an international round-robin exercise for 10Be, Nucl. A multi element approach, Earth Planet. Xu, Ultra-trace analysis of 36Cl by accelerator mass spectrometry: Improved performance and developments, Nucl. Zell, A multi-radionuclide approach for in situ produced terrestrial cosmogenic nuclides: Wallner, 36Cl exposure dating with a 3-MV tandem, Nucl.