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  Poster Programme - CL32 Advances in Quaternary Geochronology (co-listed in GM)

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Convener: Duller, G.
Co-Convener: Lang, A., Hajdas, I., Kiefer, T.

Author in Attendance:

Friday, 18 April 2008 15:30 - 17:00
Display Time: Friday, 18 April 2008 08:00 -
Friday, 18 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: HAJDAS, I.; LANG, A.

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EGU2008-A-00680;  CL32-1FR4P-0206
Hein, A.; Hulton, N.; Dunai, T.; Kaplan, M.
Patagonian glaciation of MIS 8 age from cosmogenic exposure dating of outwash terraces, 47° S, Argentina

EGU2008-A-05212;  CL32-1FR4P-0207
Ilgner, J.; Zech, R.; Veit, H.
Scaling matters – exposure age uncertainties from a user’s point of view with examples from the Central Andes

EGU2008-A-00939;  CL32-1FR4P-0208
Winkler, S.
Attempt to combine in situ cosmogenic nuclide (10Be) and relative-age Schmidt-hammer dating - first application in the Southern Alps of New Zealand

EGU2008-A-07290;  CL32-1FR4P-0209
Fisher, J.; Trofimovs, J.; Hart, M.; Sparks, S.; Talling, P.; Smart, C.; Leng, M.
An integrated approach to dating the geochronology of the Soufrière Hills Volcano, Montserrat, within marine sediments

EGU2008-A-00696;  CL32-1FR4P-0210
Ulgen, U. B.; Franz, S.O.
Radionuclide dating (210Pb, 137Cs) of short core sediments from Lake Iznik (NW Turkey) (cancelled)

EGU2008-A-11199;  CL32-1FR4P-0211
Blockley, S.P.E; Bronk Ramsey, C.; Lane, C.S.; Lotter, A.; Lowe, J.J.; Pyne-O'Donnell, S.D.F; Walker, M.J.C
Refining the age and rate of abrupt climate change during the Last Termination: an integrated Bayesian approach

EGU2008-A-12084;  CL32-1FR4P-0212
Chiverrell, R.C.; Foster, G.C.; Thomas, G.S.P; Marshall, P.; Hamilton, D.
Robust chronologies for landform development

EGU2008-A-12083;  CL32-1FR4P-0213
Tsukamoto, S.; Duller, G.A.T; Wintle, A.G.
Assessing the potential for luminescence dating of basalts

EGU2008-A-05169;  CL32-1FR4P-0214
Lukas, S.; Preusser, F.; Anselmetti, F.; Tinner, W.
Determination of palaeo-water content for OSL-dating of shallow lacustrine sediment sequences – a limnological approach

EGU2008-A-12382;  CL32-1FR4P-0215
Robinson, R.A.J.; Dawson, A.G.; Nott, J.F.; Hawkes, A.D.; Aik, L.W.; Horton, B.P.
OSL dating and sedimentology of the Indian Ocean 2004 tsunami sediments from Thailand and the ~8.1ka (Storegga) tsunami deposit in eastern Scotland

EGU2008-A-12385;  CL32-1FR4P-0216
Stanton, T.; Zillén, L.; Snowball, I.
Detection of possible errors in varve counting and 14C ages by use of the FENNOSTACK Holocene palaeomagnetic secular variation master curve

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