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A robust feldspar luminescence dating method for Middle and Late Pleistocene sediments
Luminescence dating is used extensively to provide absolute chronologies for Late Pleistocene sediments. Nowadays, most optical dates are based on quartz optically stimulated luminescence (OSL).Expand
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Millennial-scale hard rock erosion rates deduced from luminescence-depth profiles
Abstract The measurement of erosion and weathering rates in different geomorphic settings and over diverse temporal and spatial scales is fundamental to the quantification of rates and patterns ofExpand
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Kinetics of infrared stimulated luminescence from feldspars
Abstract We extend the localised transition model based on randomly varying recombination distances (Jain et al., 2012) to include Arrhenius analysis and truncated nearest neighbour distributions.Expand
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Surface exposure dating of non-terrestrial bodies using optically stimulated luminescence: A new method
Abstract We propose a new method for in situ surface exposure dating of non-terrestrial geomorphological features using optically stimulated luminescence (OSL); our approach is based on theExpand
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Luminescence dating of Pleistocene alluvial sediments affected by the Alhama de Murcia fault (eastern Betics, Spain) – a comparison between OSL, IRSL and post‐IR IRSL ages
The ages of nine alluvial units, identified by the integration of data obtained from five trenches at the southern termination of the Alhama de Murcia Fault (AMF) (eastern Betics, Spain), areExpand
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Optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating of quartzite cobbles from the Tapada do Montinho archaeological site (east‐central Portugal)
The burial age of an alluvially deposited cobble pavement at the Tapada do Montinho archaeological site (east-central Portugal) is investigated using optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating.Expand
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An exceptionally long paleoseismic record of a slow-moving fault: The Alhama de Murcia fault (Eastern Betic shear zone, Spain)
Most catastrophic earthquakes occur along fast-moving faults, although some of them are triggered by slow-moving ones. Long paleoseismic histories are infrequent in the latter faults. Here, anExpand
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Mathematical model quantifies multiple daylight exposure and burial events for rock surfaces using luminescence dating
Abstract Interest in the optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating of rock surfaces has increased significantly over the last few years, as the potential of the method has been explored. It hasExpand
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Age of a prehistoric “Rodedian” cult site constrained by sediment and rock surface luminescence dating techniques
Abstract The construction age of a pavement in a “Rodedian” prehistoric cult site in Negev desert, Israel, is established by determining the burial age of (i) a cobble used in the pavement, and (ii)Expand
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Investigating the resetting of OSL signals in rock surfaces
There are many examples of buried rock surfaces whose age is of interest to geologists and archaeologists. Luminescence dating is a potential method which can be applied to dating such surfaces; asExpand
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