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WHAT DOES COSMOGENIC MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Environmental radioactivity is produced by radioactive materials in the human environment. While some radioisotopes, such as strontium-90 and technetium-99, are only found on Earth as a result of human activity, and some, like potassium-40, are only present due to natural processes, a few isotopes, e.g. tritium, result from both natural processes and human activities. The concentration and location of some natural isotopes, particularly uranium-238, can be affected by human activity.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «COSMOGENIC» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about cosmogenic
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «COSMOGENIC»
Discover the use of cosmogenic in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to cosmogenic and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Cosmogenic Nuclides: Principles, Concepts and Applications ...
This is the first book to provide a comprehensive and state-of-the-art introduction to the novel and fast-evolving topic of in-situ produced cosmogenic nuclides.
Tibor J. Dunai, 2010
Cosmogenic Radionuclides: Theory and Applications in the ...
With a holistic view of the environment the authors show in this book how cosmogenic radionuclides can be used to trace and to reconstruct the history of a large variety of processes.
Jürg Beer, Ken McCracken, Rudolf von Steiger, 2012
In Situ-produced Cosmogenic Nuclides and Quantification of ...
This book is organized around sections that focus on specific aspects of the utilization of cosmogenic nuclides in earth sciences: (1) development of new methods for application of in situ-produced cosmogenic nuclides (burial dating methods ...
Lionel L. Siame, Didier L. Bourlès, Erik T. Brown, 2006
A HiRes Limit on the Flux of the Cosmogenic Neutrinos
The energy flux spectrum of ultra high energy cosmic rays above 50 EeV (1018eV) measured by the High Resolution Fly's Eye (HiRes) experiment suggests the existence of the expected Greisen-Zatsepin-Kuzmin (GZK) suppression.
Weiran Deng, 2007
Probing Supersymmetry with Cosmogenic Neutrinos
A detailed analysis of the incoming cosmogenic neutrino flux, neutrino attenuation, stau production, and stau energy loss shows that there is an optimal nadir angle for which the stau signal is a factor of several hundred larger than the ...
Jessica Uscinski, 2008
Late Quaternary Glaciation and Paleoclimate of Turkey ...
Mehmet Akif Sarikaya. Table S2 Cosmogenic ages of LGM moraines of Sandıras
(1), Erciyes (15) and Kaçkar Mountains (12, 13) APPENDIX F SUMMARY OF
THE LATE QUATERNARY GLACIAL CHRONOLOGY OF ...
Mehmet Akif Sarikaya, 2009
The Sun, Solar Analogs and the Climate: Saas-Fee Advanced ...
5.1 Long-Term Variations in Sunspots and Cosmogenic Isotopes The longest
sequence of measurements relevant to solar variability is the sunspot number.
Regular observations began in Zurich in 1749 and the Wolf sunspot number was
Joanna Dorothy Haigh, Isabelle Rüedi, Michael Lockwood, 2006
Environmental Radionuclides: Tracers and Timers of ...
In 1991, Lal presented the framework for using cosmogenic nuclides to
determine either exposure ages or erosion rates. A detailed review of all aspects
of cosmogenic nuclides in Earth sciences including the appropriate equations
can be ...
Klaus Froehlich, 2009
Age Determination of Young Rocks and Artifacts: Physical and ...
5.5 Neon-21 The isotope 21Ne of the noble gas neon is produced in situ in the
rock surface by cosmic rays. Like cosmogenic 3He, 21Ne - in opposition to the
other cosmogenic nuclides utilized for dating - is stable, so that both methods are
Günther A. Wagner, 1998
Physics of Tsunamis
Such waves are conventionally termed cosmogenic tsunamis in modern scientific
literature. Geological structures, reminiscent in shape of craters and found on all
continents, have been understood to be traces of collisions of meteor bodies ...
Boris Levin, Boris W. Levin, Mikhail Nosov, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «COSMOGENIC»
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Explosive helium leaking from deep earthquake fault zone in S …
3He is a primordial nuclide, which are considered to be residues from cosmogenic sources such as the Big Bang and from ancient supernova ... «RT, Jun 15»
During Ice Age Cycles, Weathering And River Discharge Were …
... 10Be is a radioactive cosmogenic isotope produced by the collision of cosmic rays with nitrogen and oxygen molecules in the atmosphere. «Science 2.0, Jun 15»
GFZ GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Helmholtz Centre
9Be is found naturally in silicate rocks on Earth; 10Be is a radioactive cosmogenic isotope produced by the collision of cosmic rays with ... «EurekAlert, Jun 15»
Public Release: 27-May-2015 The Albian Gap, salt rock, and a …
New cosmogenic 10Be surface-exposure dates from boulders atop the deposit indicate that the avalanche occurred at 8.8 +/- 0.5 ka. «EurekAlert, May 15»
Public Release: 28-Apr-2015 Engineering a better future for the …
Analytical methods such as cosmogenic nuclides and thermochronology are routinely used to quantify Earth surface processes (erosion, uplift) ... «EurekAlert, Apr 15»
Wixarika Holy Week – Photojournal by David Cordova
... (Shamans), ending with the picking of Hikuri (Peyote), brought back to their communities in order to regenerate the cosmogenic cycle of life. «The Speaker, Apr 15»
Archaeologists report on early human tools in Spanish cave
... on the careful application of a combination of several methodologies: palaeomagnetism, cosmogenic nuclides testing and biostratigraphy. «Popular Archaeology, Apr 15»
Ferromanganese Crusts Record Past Arctic Climate
Dating the crusts using cosmogenic 10Be documents undisturbed present-day growth surfaces and yields growth rates between 27 and 2.2 ... «reportingclimatescience.com, Apr 15»
South Africa: New Dates for Sterkfontein
Cosmogenic nuclide burial dating by Professor Darryl Granger (Purdue University, US) and colleagues published in 2003 suggested an age ... «AllAfrica.com, Apr 15»
PerkinElmer Expands Liquid Scintillation Counting Portfolio with …
... liquid scintillation counter is a benchtop instrument that identifies and measures very low concentrations of man-made, cosmogenic and other ... «Business Wire, Apr 15»
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