The only link from the ADMD entry just got me to the WHOI web page, so didn't produce any data.I think some of these data may have been published by Ed Brook, but I haven't found the paper to check.Selwyn, Klages, Johann P., Kristoffersen, Yngve, Kuhn, Gerhard, Leventer, Amy, Licht, Kathy, Lilly, Katherine, Lindow, Julia, Livingstone, Stephen J., Massé, Guillaume, Mc Glone, Matt S., Mc Kay, Robert M., Melles, Martin, Miura, Hideki, Mulvaney, Robert, Nel, Werner, Nitsche, Frank O., O'Brien, Philip E., Post, Alexandra L., Roberts, Stephen J., Saunders, Krystyna M., Selkirk, Patricia M., Simms, Alexander R., Spiegel, Cornelia, Stolldorf, Travis D., Sugden, David E., van der Putten, Nathalie, van Ommen, Tas, Verfaillie, Deborah, Vyverman, Wim, Wagner, Bernd, White, Duanne A., Witus, Alexandra E., Zwartz, Dan. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.20Larter, Robert D., Anderson, John B., Graham, Alastair G. (2014) A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum. C., Gohl, Karsten, Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter, Jakobsson, Martin, Johnson, Joanne S., Kuhn, Gerhard, Nitsche, Frank O., Smith, James A., Witus, Alexandra E., Bentley, Michael J., Dowdeswell, Julian A., Ehrmann, Werner, Klages, Johann P., Lindow, Julia, Cofaigh, Colm Ó, Spiegel, Cornelia. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.20Ó Cofaigh, Colm, Davies, Bethan J., Livingstone, Stephen J., Smith, James A., Johnson, Joanne S., Hocking, Emma P., Hodgson, Dominic A., Anderson, John B., Bentley, Michael J., Canals, Miquel, Domack, Eugene, Dowdeswell, Julian A., Evans, Jeffrey, Glasser, Neil F., Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter, Larter, Robert D., Roberts, Stephen J., Simms, Alexander R.. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.20Lindow, Julia, Castex, Marion, Wittmann, Hella, Johnson, Joanne S., Lisker, Frank, Gohl, Karsten, Spiegel, Cornelia. Mariah Radue (University of Maine) will use the former ice extents during the Late Pleistocene to track the rate of deglaciation. The clock begins once the erratics are deposited by the glacial ice and exposed to cosmic rays because they begin accumulating the Be at the University of Washington’s Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory, they will then be sent to Lawrence-Livermore National Laboratory where the Accelerator Mass Spectrometry process is used to count the number of Beryllium isotopes for each sample, which in turn, allows us to calculate an age for the samples. Corrections can be made for shielding effects, but to introduce the least error, our field crew tried to select boulders where shielding was minimal.Nathaniel Norris (University of Maine at Presque Isle) will use ages obtained from Holy Mountain the create a history of ice thinning during deglaciation. Radiocarbon and surface exposure-age dating techniques are tools that will allow us to assign ages to the drift deposits we mapped in the field, leading us to hypothesize the history and stability of the AIS. After each boulder was approved by the field team, a surface-slab was taken using either a small charge or a set of wedges and shims.
The production-rate values presented here can be used elsewhere in New Zealand for rock surfaces exposed during or since the last glacial period.
This list was put together simply by full-text search of the ADMD for words such as "cosmogenic," "exposure-age," and related terms.
Information in cells that are not red, yellow, or green is directly pulled from the ADMD entry.
Site production rates derived from these measurements provide valuable input to the global production rate calibration described by Borchers et al. Whole-rock Cl concentrations, however, exhibit inter-laboratory variation exceeding analytical uncertainty and outside the ranges observed for the other nuclides (Jull et al., 2015).
Bentley, Michael J., Ó Cofaigh, Colm, Anderson, John B., Conway, Howard, Davies, Bethan, Graham, Alastair G.