Cold rocks, hot sands: In-situ cosmogenic applications in Australia at ANTARES
Fink , D., McKelvey, B., Hannan, D. and Newsome, D. (2000) Cold rocks, hot sands: In-situ cosmogenic applications in Australia at ANTARES. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 172 (1-4). pp. 838-846.
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The ANTARES AMS facility at ANSTO is conducting a comprehensive program in the application of in-situ cosmogenic radionuclides based on strong university collaborations in the earth sciences. The program targets two major objectives: (1) to determine and improve the Quaternary glacial chronology of the Southern Hemisphere in support of global climate change studies; (2) to characterise the processes of surface weathering and landscape evolution in semi-arid regions of the Australian continent. An overview of the program is presented with preliminary results from the first phase of these studies.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
|Publisher:||North-Holland Publ Co|
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