Eaves, Shaun; Collins, Julia; Jones, R. Selwyn; Norton, Kevin; Tims, Stephen; Mackintosh, A N
Beryllium-10 (10Be) in quartz represents the most common in situ cosmogenic nuclide used for quantifying Earth-surface processes, primarily due to the prevalence of quartz in the Earth's crust. However many landscapes lack quartz-bearing rocks, thus other nuclide-mineral pairs are required for geochronometric and geomorphic applications. Here we describe the successful isolation and measurement of in situ10Be concentrations in pyroxene from two mafic sample sets: (i) andesite boulders of the...[Show more]
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