Terrestrial in situ cosmogenic nuclides : theory and application

@inproceedings{Gosse2001TerrestrialIS,
  title={Terrestrial in situ cosmogenic nuclides : theory and application},
  author={J Gosse and Fred M. Phillips},
  year={2001}
}
The cosmogenic nuclide exposure history method is undergoing major developments in analytical, theoretical, and applied areas. The capability to routinely measure low concentrations of stable and radioactive cosmogenic nuclides has led to new methods for addressing long-standing geologic questions and has provided insights into rates and styles of sur"cial processes. The di!erent physical and chemical properties of the six most widely used nuclides: He, Be, C, Ne, Al, and Cl, make it possible… CONTINUE READING
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