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30-Aug-2005Ice sheet erosion patterns in valley systems in northern Sweden investigated using cosmogenic nuclidesLi, YK; Harbor, J; Stroeven, AP; Fabel, D; Kleman, J; Fink, D; Caffee, M; Elmore, D
1-Jun-2020Ice surface lowering of Skelton Glacier, Transantarctic Mountains, since the Last Glacial Maximum: implications for retreat of grounded ice in the western Ross SeaAnderson, JTH; Wilson, GS; Jones, RS; Fink, D; Fujioka, T
1-Jul-2011Importance of sampling across an assemblage of glacial landforms for interpreting cosmogenic ages of deglaciationStroeven, AP; Fabel, D; Harbor, J; Fink, D; Caffee, M; Dahlgren, T
4-Jul-2010An improved radiocarbon chronology and calibration over the Laschamp event: 14C – 10Be cross synchronisationLevchenko, VA; Opdyke, BN; Fink, D; Mifsud, C; Williams, AG; Klootwijk, C
2-Jun-2009An improved radiocarbon chronology for MD-982167, eastern Indian Ocean: synchronizing paleomagnetic intensity and 10Be across the Laschamp eventLevchenko, VA; Fink, D; Opdyke, BN; Mifsud, C; Williams, AG; Klootwijk, C
24-Mar-2011Improving the accuracy of aluminium assay in purified quartz for in situ cosmogenic exposure datingFujioka, T; Fink, D; Mifsud, C
23-Mar-2011In-situ cosmogenic exposure dating in the Meirs and Garwood valleys, Denton Hills, AntarcticaJoy, K; Carson, N; Fink, D; Storey, B
Oct-2006Integration of ice-core, marine and terrestrial records for the Australian Last Glacial Maximum and Termination: a contribution from the OZ INTIMATE groupTurney, CSM; Haberle, SG; Fink, D; Kershaw, AP; Barbetti, M; Barrows, TT; Black, M; Cohen, TJ; Corrège, T; Hesse, PP; Hua, Q; Johnston, R; Morgan, VI; Moss, PT; Nanson, GC; van Ommen, TD; Rule, S; Williams, NJ; Zhao, JX; D'Costa, D; Feng, YX; Gagan, MK; Mooney, SD; Xia, Q
Jun-2007An inter-comparison of 10Be and 26Al AMS reference standards and the 10Be half-lifeFink, D; Smith, AM
Jun-2007An inter-comparison of Be-10 and Al-26 AMS reference standards and the Be-10 half-life.Fink, D; Smith, AM
1-Jan-2013Investigation of gas stripping at 4.1MeV for high mass negative ionsHotchkis, MAC; Child, DP; Fink, D; Levchenko, VA; Wallner, A
21-Mar-2011Investigation of gas stripping at 4MV for high mass negative ionsHotchkis, MAC; Child, DP; Fink, D; Wallner, A
Dec-2020Isochron 26A1/10Be burial dating of Xihoudu: evidence for the earliest human settlement in northern ChinaShen, G; Wang, Y; Tu, H; Tong, H; Wu, Z; Kuman, K; Fink, D; Granger, DE
24-Oct-2004Isotopes in Australian environmental analysisHenderson-Sellers, A; Stone, DJM; Hollins, SE; Hotchkis, MAC; Fink, D
15-Jan-2016Isotopically exchangeable A1 in coastal lowland acid sulfate soilsYvanes-Giuliani, YAM; Fink, D; Rose, J; Waite, TD; Collins, RN
30-Jul-2002Landscape preservation under Fennoscandian ice sheets determined from in situ produced 10Be and 26AlFabel, D; Stroeven, AP; Harbor, J; Kleman, J; Elmore, D; Fink, D
17-Nov-2021The Last Glacial transition and Holocene ecological change in Arthur’s Pass National Park, New ZealandAdams, PM; Fink, D; Shulmeister, J; Woodward, C; Fujioka, T; Simon, K
1-Jul-2009Last major retreat of Antarctic ice sheets forced by sea level rise and ocean warmingMackintosh, AN; Domack, E; Golledge, NR; Dunbar, R; Leventer, A; White, D; Fink, D; Gore, DB; Lavoie, C
May-2010Late miocene ice sheet elevation in the Grove Mountains, East Antarctica, inferred from cosmogenic Ne-21-Be-10-Al-26Kong, P; Huang, FX; Liu, XH; Fink, D; Ding, L; Lai, QZ
7-Apr-2020Late Pleistocene glaciers and climate in the High Atlas, North AfricaHughes, PD; Fink, D; Fletcher, WJ