cosmogenic


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pertaining to the branch of astronomy dealing with the origin and history and structure and dynamics of the universe

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2005): Fluvial bedrock incision in the active mountain belt of Taiwan from in situ-produced cosmogenic nuclides.
2003) studied long-term weathering rates in the Sierra Nevada (California) and Puerto Rico, using geochemical mass balances and estimates of physical denudation rates based on cosmogenic nuclides.
Radionuclides in naturally-occurring radioactive material (NORM) include primordial radionuclides that are naturally present in the rocks and minerals of the earth's crust and cosmogenic radionuclides produced by interactions of cosmic nucleons with target atoms in the atmosphere and in the earth.
2002, Timing of multiple late Quaternary glaciations in the Hunza Valley, Karakoram Mountains, northern Pakistan: Defined by cosmogenic radionuclide dating of moraines.
Washington, March 19 ( ANI ): Researchers have used advanced geochronology techniques such as cosmogenic and luminescence dating to more accurately determine the age of their frozen samples.
The first nature is seen of cosmogenic or theogenic origins that have provided "the key mythic point of origin and field of action for human communities" (28).
Further implementation of OSL dating, and particularly the introduction of cosmogenic radionuclide dating (CRN), is essential to surpass that limitation and to better characterize the timing of the neotectonic movements (uplift/subsidence and fault slip) and to estimate strain rates.
BAMFORD: I mean one senses and feels how the work has been made by submitting different materials to certain fundamental functional operations like folding, tearing, creasing, layering, dividing, uniting, knotting, going under, going over, and so on--and that these operations in some sense are cosmological or even cosmogenic.
Written by Laura Rassbach, Elizabeth Bradley, and Ken Anderson, Providing Decision Support for Cosmogenic Isotope Dating describes an AI-based system that uses argumentation to assist geologists in the unique task of dating geological landforms.
On the one hand, we're given a whimsical cosmogenic myth set on a proto-earth that alludes to Calvino's Cosmicomics, where "male" women with winged thighs tryst with mermen (often fatally).
Lawrence Estuary, eastern Canada: Centennial- to millennial-scale geomagnetic modulation of cosmogenic isotopes: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v.
The rock samples we collect from these land forms will studied using a novel technique called cosmogenic nuclide dating analysis we can ascertain how long they have been exposed to sunlight and cosmic rays from stars in space.
If human history is to be understood as a part of a broader cosmogenesis, as Swimme and Berry insist, then what sociopolitical implications follow from the fundamental "dialectic" of cosmogenic history that they describe in the following terms:
Cosmogenic mega-tsunami in the Australia region: are they supported by Aboriginal and Maori legends?