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  List of Accepted Contributions - GM21 New applications of terrestrial cosmogenic nuclides in Earth surface science (co-listed in IG)

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Vermeesch, P
CosmoCalc: an Excel Add-In for cosmogenic nuclide calculations

Mai, K; van der Borg, K
Cosmogenic nuclides – Calibration sites for 36Cl on Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain

Merchel, S.; Benedetti, L.; Braucher, R.; Bourlès, D.
Chlorine-36 data from CRONUS-EU calibration sites - Recent landslides in the Southern French Alps

Kubik, P.W.; Ivy-Ochs, S.; Kerschner, H.
Multiple prehistoric landslides at Köfels (Austria): Timing by cosmogenic 10Be

Merchel, S.; Braucher, R.; Benedetti, L.; Bourlès, D.
Dating carbonate rocks with in-situ produced cosmogenic Be-10: why it often fails

Rixhon, G.; Bovy, B.; Hallot, E.; Bourlès, D.; Demoulin, A.
The quaternary uplift and river incision of the Rhenish Massif: a cosmogenic nuclides (10Be) approach

Codilean, A.T.; Hoey, T.B.; Bishop, P.; Stuart, F.M.
Interpreting a frequency distribution of single-grain cosmogenic 21Ne concentrations in coarse fluvial clasts in terms of spatially variable bedrock erosion rates and/or post-detachment sediment residence times

Siame, L.; Chu , H.-T.; Lee, J.-C.; Angelier, J.; Bourlès, D.; Braucher, R.; Carcaillet , J.; Watremez, L.; Gamerre , R.
Denudation and landscape preservation in Taiwan: the cosmic ray exposure perspective

Fernández-Mosquera, D.; Marti, K.; Vidal-Romaní, J.R.
Cosmic ray neon production at large depths: The 21Ne / 10Be ratio and the BeNe project.

Strasky, S.; Di Nicola, L.; Oberholzer, P.; Baroni, C.; Salvatore, M.C.; Baur, H.; Kubik, P.W.; Wieler, R.; Schlüchter, C.
Pleistocene East Antarctic Ice Sheet variations in the Ricker Hills

Carretier, S.; Regard, V.
Theoretical cosmogenic nuclide concentrations in pebbles along river course

Goethals, M.; Hetzel, R.; Fenton, C.; Niedermann, S.
Rates of erosion along actively growing normal faults: The cosmogenic Ne-21 inventory from quartz of the Bishop Tuff (California)

Niedermann, S.; Pilz, P.; Goethals, M.
Cross-calibration of cosmogenic 3He and 21Ne production rates in olivine, pyroxene and quartz

Di Nicola, L.; Strasky, S.; Baroni, C.; Salvatore, M.C.; Kubik, P.W. ; Ivy-Ochs, S.; Wieler, R.; Akcar, N.; Schluechter, C.
Exposure history of pre-LGM glacial drifts in Terra Nova Bay: field work and first results from the XX and XXI Italian Antarctic expeditions

Shabanian, E.; Siame, L.; Bellier, O.; Benedetti, L.; Abbassi, M.-R.
Quaternary slip-rates in the Kopet Dagh Mountains, NE Iran

Fenton, C.R.; Niedermann, S.; Goethals, M.; Schneider, B.
Evaluation of cosmogenic 3He and 21Ne concentrations in an olivine-rich Pleistocene basalt flow, western Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA

Saillard, M.; Audin, L.; Hérail, G.; Carretier, S.; Regard, V.; Ortlieb, L.; Hall, S.; Farber, D.; Martinod, J.; Macharé, J.
10Be and 26Al dating of marine terraces to quantify the uplift of Peruvian and Chilean costal areas

Pinzuti, P.; Manighetti, I.; Gaudemer, Y.; Finkel, R.C.; Ryerson, F.J.
Growth and propagation of normal faults in the Asal-Ghoubbet rift from chlorine-36 cosmogenic dating and offset measurements

Schlagenhauf, A.; Benedetti, L.; Manighetti, I.
Earthquake repeat on normal faults: new insights from in-situ 36Cl exposure dating, Central Apennines, Italy

Kober, F.; Baur, H.; Menet, U.; Wieler, R.
A new extraction line for terrestrial produced cosmogenic 14C at the Isotope Geochemistry lab of ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Chu, H.-T.; Siame, L. L.; Lu, S.-W.; Wei, C.-Y.
The Preservation of Glacial Erosional Forms and Landscapes of the last Glaciations in subtropical area: Examples from the High Mountains of Taiwan

Fogwill, C.J.; Sugden, D.E.; Bentley, F.M.; Stuart, P.W.; Kubik, A.R.; Foeken, J.
Landscape and glacial history of the Shackleton Range, Weddell Sea Embayment Antarctica: Insights from a cosmogenic multi-isotope approach

Gayer, E.; Mukhopadhyay, S.; Meade, B.
Spatial variability of erosion rates from frequency distribution of cosmogenic 3He in olivine grains from Hawaiian river sediments.

Dunai, TJ; The CRONUS-EU team
CRONUS-EU – advancing cosmogenic nuclide methodology

Haeussler, R.; Dunai, T.; Stuart, F.; Gonzalez Lopez, G.
21Ne and 3He ages on quartz and Fe-Ti-oxide minerals from the Atacama Desert, northern Chile

Binnie, S; Dunai, T; Gonzalez, G
A novel approach to determine the rates of displacement on thrust faults using terrestrial cosmogenic nuclides

Foeken, J.; Day, S.; Stuart, F.
Cosmogenic 3He exposure dating of the Quaternary lavas at Fogo, Cape Verde Islands

Schimmelpfennig, I.; Benedetti, L.; Pik, R. ; Burnard, P.; Blard, P.H.
In situ cosmogenic 36Cl chemistry on silicates from basaltic flows of Mount Etna (Sicily 38°N)

Schneider, B.; Wijbrans, J.R.; Kuiper, K.F.
A furnace extraction system for 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of young basalts

Fabel, D.; Stroeven, A. P.
Evaluating a cosmogenic nuclide calibration site at Mt Billingen, Sweden

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