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Cosmogenic Radionuclides

Theory and Applications in the Terrestrial and Space Environments

by JГјrg Beer

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear physics,
  • Physical geography,
  • Space Sciences Extraterrestrial Physics,
  • Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons,
  • Geophysics/Geodesy,
  • Effects of Radiation/Radiation Protection,
  • Environmental Physics,
  • Environmental protection,
  • Astrophysics,
  • Physics,
  • Environmental toxicology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jürg Beer, Ken McCracken, Rudolf Steiger
    SeriesPhysics of Earth and Space Environments
    ContributionsMcCracken, Ken, Steiger, Rudolf, SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27027632M
    ISBN 109783642146510

    A study on cosmogenic activation in germanium was carried out to evaluate the cosmogenic background level of natural and $^{70}$Ge depleted germanium detectors. The. Covering radiogenic, radioactive, and stable isotopes, this comprehensive text contains five sections that present fundamentals of atomic physics; dating methods for terrestrial and extraterrestrial rocks by means of radiogenic isotopes; geochemistry of radiogenic isotopes; dating by means of U, Th-series and cosmogenic radionuclides; and the fractionation of the /5(2).

    Cosmogenic nuclides are isotopes that are produced by interaction of cosmic rays with the nucleus of the atom. The cosmogenic nuclides measured by AMS at PRIME Lab are radioactive isotopes of the elements beryllium, carbon, aluminum, chlorine, calcium, and iodine. Measurements of the cosmogenic radionuclides 38Cl ( min half-life), 39Cl (55 min), and 24Na (15 hours) in consecutive rain water samples during storms have provided a .

    Jürg Beer is the author of Cosmogenic Radionuclides ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews) and Cosmogenic Radionuclides ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 rev. This book focuses on natural and anthopogenic Radionuclides as tracers and timers in surface and groundwater --Examining processes and rates of landscape change with cosmogenic radionuclides / Susan Ivy-Ochs and Mirjam Schaller --Soil erosion and sedimentation studies using environmental radionuclides / Felipe Zapata and Minh-Long.


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Cosmogenic Radionuclides by JГјrg Beer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cosmogenic radionuclides are radioactive isotopes which are produced by natural processes and distributed within the Earth system.

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.

Cosmogenic radionuclides are radioactive isotopes which are produced by natural processes and distributed within the Earth system. With a holistic view of the environment the authors show in this. The main source of cosmogenic radionuclides is nuclear interactions caused by galactic cosmic rays.

Solar cosmic rays are too low in energy to contribute significantly to the total production rate. Production induced by decay or fission of uranium or thorium, for instance, is only important under special circumstances (for example, underground).

Cosmogenic radionuclides are continuously produced from the bombardment of stable nuclides by cosmic radiation. The sun is the closest source of such radiation, but the cosmic ray flux is primarily galactic, modulated by the sun and by solar wind (Gosse and Phillips, ).

cosmogenic radionuclides in the SNC meteorites are being useful in determining their recent histories. A compilation of the cosmogenic radionuclides measured in meteorites is being prepared.

One problem with the large number of measurements being made of cosmogenic nuclides or of cross sections for the. Beer / McCracken / Steiger, Cosmogenic Radionuclides,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei Beachten Sie bitte die aktuellen Informationen unseres Partners DHL zu Liefereinschränkungen im Ausland.

68 rows  Cosmogenic nuclides (or cosmogenic isotopes) are rare nuclides created when a. Cosmogenic radionuclides in the environment: 32 Si in precipitation samples from the Jungfraujoch, production cross sections of 36 Cl in Argon and modeling of the atmospheric 36 Cl production Vol Issue 6 of PSI-Bericht: Paul-Scherrer-Institut: Author: Yves Parrat: Publisher: PSI, Length: 66 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote.

Modeling the Production of Cosmogenic Radionuclides due to GCRs and SCRs Konstantin Herbst 1. Introduction The main motor for the production of cosmogenic radionuclides such as 10Be, 14C and 36Cl are galactic cosmic rays (GCRs), which consist of ˘87% protons, ˘12% alpha particles and ˘1% heavier particles (see e.g.

Simpson, ). Cosmogenic radionuclides are radioactive isotopes which are produced by natural processes and distributed within the Earth system. 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 : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Cosmogenic Radionuclides: Theory and Applications in the Terrestrial and Space Environments. These play a fundamental role in the generation of the cosmogenic radionuclides that this book is all about.

The six following chapters (Chaps. 10–15) in this Part describe how and where cosmogenic radionuclides are produced, how nature. springer, Cosmogenic radionuclides are radioactive isotopes which are produced by natural processes and distributed within the Earth system.

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. They discuss the way in which cosmogenic radionuclides. 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.

It presents an accessible introduction to the theoretical foundations, with explanations of the relevant concepts starting at a basic level and then building in : $ Cosmogenic radionuclides in stone meteorites eBook: NASA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration: : Kindle StoreAuthor: National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA.

Cosmogenic isotopes, described in Chapter 4, are very difficult to measure in natural e of the very low concentrations of the isotopes and high requirements for the accuracy of measured quantities, sophisticated and precise methods should be used, especially for long-living and low-concentration isotopes such as beryllium and chlorine Surface exposure dating is a collection of geochronological techniques for estimating the length of time that a rock has been exposed at or near Earth's surface.

Surface exposure dating is used to date glacial advances and retreats, erosion history, lava flows, meteorite impacts, rock slides, fault scarps, cave development, and other geological events. 13 Feb 13 Feb Book Review: Cosmogenic Radionuclides: Theory and Applications in the Terrestrial and Space Environments P.

Wilkinson P. Wilkinson. Bureau of Meteorology, IPS Radio and Space Services, P.O. BoxHaymarket, NSWAustralia. Purchase Environmental Radionuclides, Volume 16 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAbstract: Cosmogenic radionuclides were measured in two specimens of the Sołtmany chondrite (L6) that fell on Ap The first fragment ( g) was measured 12 days after the fall and the second piece ( g), 53 days after the fall.

Both fragments were measured by means of non-destructive gamma ray spectroscopy. PDF | OnK. Arora published Book Review: Cosmogenic Radionuclides: Theory and Applications in the Terrestrial and Space Environments | Find, read. The concentrations of cosmogenic radionuclides produced in the atmosphere vary in space (longitude) and time.

Temporal variations follow diurnal, seasonal and sunspot cycles. Changes in the atmospheric concentrations of some cosmogenic radionuclide due to nuclear tests and releases from nuclear facilities will be discussed in Section 4.Origin Natural. On Earth, naturally occurring radionuclides fall into three categories: primordial radionuclides, secondary radionuclides, and cosmogenic radionuclides.

Radionuclides are produced in stellar nucleosynthesis and supernova explosions along with stable nuclides. Most decay quickly but can still be observed astronomically and can play a part in understanding .