at different sites, with lower rate corresponding to higher inorganic contents (higher Ti, Ca and Mg contents thus lower values of loss on ignition, LOI%).
Apparently one of the new neutrino detectors, the Borexino detector in Italy, works by detecting tiny flashes of visible light produced by neutrinos passing through a huge subterranean vat of "scintillation fluid". In this paper, we summarize the main chemical pretreatment protocols currently used for AMS radiocarbon dating at the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit, updating the protocols last described by Hedges et al. © 2010 by the Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of the University of Arizona.ABSTRACT: Two 50−cm long peat cores from the Hani mire on the western slope of the Changbai Mountains, northeastern China, were collected for investigating physical, biological and geochemical processes of the peatland in response to recent climate change. Tenn.; Sr-Nd isotopes of Apollo 17 basalts 1990-1992: Postdoc, USGS, Branch of Isotope Geology: Lower crustal nodules from Michigan kimberlites; High-precision U-Pb dating of Duluth Complex single zircons 1992-2010: USGS, Yucca Mtn. B., 1985, Carbonate alteration minerals in the Salton Sea geothermal system, California, USA. Project Branch: Site characterization studies (paleoseismicity, geomorphology, groundwater and vadose-zone hydrology, paleoclimate) focusing on U-series isotope approaches 2010-2014: USGS, Geosciences and Environmental Change Science Center: Various studies of climate change, landscape evolution, paleoseismicity, paleontology, and water sources/flow processes using U-series- and Sr-isotope data obtained from opaline silica, tufa, travertine, speleothems, bone, paleosols, peat, and water Research Geologist, USGS, Geology and Environmental Change Science Center, (2010 to 2014)Primary research responsibilities includes collection of radiogenic isotope data (U-series and Sr) used to date Quaternary deposits and provide natural tracers of mass flow through near-surface environments.