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作者:Andrea Ciampalini , Cristina Persano , Derek Fabel ...
来源:[J].Quaternary Geochronology(IF 4.015), 2015, Vol.28, pp.71-79
摘要:Abstract(#br)The present study aims at testing the possibility of using the in-situ cosmogenic burial dating technique on deltaic deposits. The sequence analyzed is exposed along the Ligurian coast (north-west Italy) and is made of proximal marine and continental deposits previou...
作者:Friedhelm von Blanckenburg
来源:[J].Earth and Planetary Science Letters(IF 4.349), 2005, Vol.237 (3), pp.462-479
摘要:... These measurements are done with in-situ produced cosmogenic nuclides (e.g. 10 Be, 26 Al), mostly in quartz from alluvial sediment. Cosmogenic nuclides are produced when secondary cosmic rays interact with the very uppermost layer of the Earth's surface. They are produce...
作者:Friedhelm von Blanckenburg
来源:[J].Earth and Planetary Science Letters(IF 4.349), 2005, Vol.242 (3), pp.224-239
摘要:... These measurements are done with in-situ-produced cosmogenic nuclides (e.g., 10 Be, 26 Al), mostly in quartz from alluvial sediment. Cosmogenic nuclides are produced when secondary cosmic rays interact with the very uppermost layer of the Earth's surface. They are produce...
作者:R. Braucher , D. Bourlès , S. Merchel ...
来源:[J].Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B(IF 1.266), 2013, Vol.294, pp.484-490
摘要:Abstract(#br)Cosmogenic nuclides are important tools to understand and quantify the processes that control the development and evolution of landscapes during the quaternary. Among all published studies, few are related to the accurate and precise determination of the physical ...
作者:Jozef Masarik , Kyeong J. Kim , Robert C. Reedy
来源:[J].Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B(IF 1.266), 2007, Vol.259 (1), pp.642-645
摘要:Abstract(#br)A variety of geologic and environmental events and processes can be studied with the cosmogenic nuclides accumulated in terrestrial rocks. Reliable interpretation of the measured in situ-produced cosmogenic nuclides requires a good understanding of the involved nucle...
作者:T. Štor , M. Schaller , S. Merchel ...
来源:[J].Geomorphology(IF 2.552), 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)The Ploučnice River system, located in the central Bohemian Massif, is draining an area almost not covered by continental ice sheets but instead archiving the fluvial deposits. The fluvial style changes from a high-energy braided to a long-bend meandering river ...
作者:Jozef Masarik , Rainer Wieler
来源:[J].Earth and Planetary Science Letters(IF 4.349), 2003, Vol.216 (1), pp.201-208
摘要:Abstract(#br)We study how the production rates of cosmogenic nuclides in solid targets at the Earth’s surface depend on the shape and size of a sampled rock and the position of a sample. We use a physical model simulating the interaction of galactic cosmic ray particles wit...
作者:Paul Muzikar
来源:[J].Quaternary Geochronology(IF 4.015), 2008, Vol.4 (2), pp.124-129
摘要:Abstract(#br)Cosmogenic nuclides have become an important tool in geomorphology; the concentration of such nuclides in minerals in an eroding surface is directly related to the exposure time and the erosion rate. In principle, measurement of the two nuclides 10 Be and 26 Al all...
作者:Paul Muzikar
来源:[J].Quaternary Geochronology(IF 4.015), 2008, Vol.4 (1), pp.50-55
摘要:Abstract(#br)In order to use cosmogenic nuclides to infer erosion rates and exposure ages, it is necessary to apply a quantitative model for the accumulation of these nuclides in an eroding surface. The most straightforward model assumes that the surface continuously erodes at a ...
作者:Robert C Reedy
来源:[J].Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B(IF 1.266), 2000, Vol.172 (1), pp.782-785
摘要:Abstract(#br)The determination and some uses of production rates of cosmogenic nuclides are reviewed. Emphasis is on work done since 1993 for long-lived cosmogenic radionuclides in extraterrestrial matter. Several Monte Carlo computer codes are being used to numerically simulate ...

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