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Absolute calibration of 10Be AMS standards
Abstract The increased detection sensitivity offered by AMS has dramatically expanded the utility of 10 Be. As these applications become more sophisticated attention has focused on the accuracy ofExpand
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Spatially Averaged Long-Term Erosion Rates Measured from in Situ-Produced Cosmogenic Nuclides in Alluvial Sediment
Spatially averaged erosion rates of small catchments can be accurately inferred from the concentrations of cosmogenic nuclides in stream sediment. Here we test this technique at two catchments byExpand
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The soil production function and landscape equilibrium
Hilly and mountainous landscapes are partially to completely covered with soil under a wide range of erosion and uplift rates, bedrock type and climate. For soil to persist it must be replenished atExpand
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Regional beryllium-10 production rate calibration for late-glacial northeastern North America
The major uncertainty in relating cosmogenic-nuclide exposure ages to ages measured by other dating methods comes from extrapolating nuclide production rates measured at globally scatteredExpand
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Erosional and climatic effects on long-term chemical weathering rates in granitic landscapes spanning diverse climate regimes ☆
Abstract We used cosmogenic nuclide and geochemical mass balance methods to measure long-term rates of chemical weathering and total denudation in granitic landscapes in diverse climatic regimes. OurExpand
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We have measured the concentration of in situ produced cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al from bare bedrock surfaces on summit flats in four western U.S. mountain ranges. The maximum mean bare-bedrock erosionExpand
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The Genetic Architecture of Maize Flowering Time
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Long-term rates of chemical weathering and physical erosion from cosmogenic nuclides and geochemical mass balance
Abstract Quantifying long-term rates of chemical weathering and physical erosion is important for understanding the long-term evolution of soils, landscapes, and Earth's climate. Here we describe howExpand
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Soil production on a retreating escarpment in southeastern Australia
The functional dependence of bedrock conversion to soil on the overlying soil depth (the soil production function) has been widely recognized as essential to understanding landscape evolution, butExpand
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