• Geology
  • Published 2003

Direct intercalibration of radio-isotopic and astronomical time in the Mediterranean neogene

@inproceedings{Kuiper2003DirectIO,
  title={Direct intercalibration of radio-isotopic and astronomical time in the Mediterranean neogene},
  author={Klaudia F. Kuiper},
  year={2003}
}
As accurate measurement of geological time is the key to understanding processes that occurred in the Earth's history, development and testing of time scales is a first order problem in the geological sciences. One of the most versatile dating methods for the younger part of the Earth's history is undoubtedly 40Ar/39Ar dating. This study was initiated to build an extensive set of high quality 40Ar/39Ar data for volcanic ash layers intercalated in Mediterranean Neogene sedimentary successions… CONTINUE READING

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