Improving noble gas based paleoclimate reconstruction and groundwater dating using 20 Ne / 22 Ne ratios

@inproceedings{Peeters2003ImprovingNG,
  title={Improving noble gas based paleoclimate reconstruction and groundwater dating using 20 Ne / 22 Ne ratios},
  author={Frank Peeters and Urs Beyerle and Werner Aeschbach-Hertig and Johannes Holocher and Matthias S Brennwald and Rolf Kipfer},
  year={2003}
}
The interpretation of noble gas concentrations in groundwater with respect to recharge temperature and fractionated excess gas leads to different results on paleo-climatic conditions and on residence times depending on the choice of the gas partitioning model. Two fractionation models for the gas excess are in use, one assuming partial re-equilibration of groundwater supersaturated by excess air (PR-model, Stute et al., 1995), the other assuming closed-system equilibration of groundwater with… CONTINUE READING

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