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Posters GM2.1/CL5.02/SSS12.23

GM2.1/CL5.02/SSS12.23

Advances in the use of cosmogenic nuclides and the quantification of landscape evolution (co-organized)
Convener: Vincent Regard  | Co-Conveners: Sebastien Carretier , Maarten Lupker 
Orals
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room N1
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X2

Attendance Time: Thursday, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X2
Chairperson: S. Carretier, M. Lupker & V. Regard
X2.59
EGU2017-12888
MASCOT: a new mass-spectrometer facility dedicated to the analysis of cosmogenic noble gases (3He and 21Ne) from terrestrial samples (Institute of Geological Sciences - University of Bern, Switzerland).
Romain Delunel, Patrick Enderli, Hans-Erich Jenni, Ingo Leya, and Fritz Schlunegger

X2.60
EGU2017-12399
Taste CREp: the Cosmic-Ray Exposure program
Léo Martin, Pierre-Henri Blard, Greg Balco, Jérôme Lavé, Romain Delunel, and Nathaniel Lifton

X2.61
EGU2017-10093
Carbonate and silicate rock standards for cosmogenic 36Cl
Silke Mechernich, Tibor J. Dunai, Steven A. Binnie, Tomasz Goral, Stefan Heinze, Alfred Dewald, Lucilla Benedetti, Irene Schimmelpfennig, Fred Phillips, Shasta Marrero, Mehmet Akif Sarıkaya, Laura C. Gregory, Richard J. Phillips, Klaus Wilcken, Krista Simon, and David Fink

X2.62
EGU2017-3937
DATING YOUNG LAVA FLOWS WITH COSMOGENIC 36Cl: AN EXAMPLE FROM THE LATE PLEISTOCENE – EARLY HOLOCENE ERCİYES MONOGENETIC LAVA DOMES IN CENTRAL TURKEY
M. Akif Sarıkaya, Attila Çiner, Erdal Şen, Orkun Ersoy, and Marek Zreda

X2.63
EGU2017-3939
A new sampling strategy for cosmogenic surface exposure dating of moraines: Amalgamated Boulder Chips (ABCs)
M. Akif Sarıkaya, Attila Çiner, and Cengiz Yıldırım

X2.64
EGU2017-4925
Paired in-situ 14C and 10Be measurements in a Himalayan catchment: residence time or sediment production process tracer?
Maarten Lupker, Kristina Hippe, and Lukas Wacker

X2.65
EGU2017-4830
Millennial size-dependent velocity of coarse river sediment determined using 10Be in cobbles of the Aroma canyon (Atacama, Chile).
Sebastien Carretier, Vincent Regard, Laetitia Leanni, and Marcelo Farias

X2.66
EGU2017-12165
Quantifying the erosional mechanisms of steep headwalls: The case of the Eiger (Central Swiss Alps).
David Mair, Alessandro Lechmann, Naki Akçar, and Fritz Schlunegger

X2.67
EGU2017-10030
Reconstruction of the rock fall/avalanche frequency in the Mont Blanc massif since the Last Glacial Maximum. New results using 10Be cosmogenic dating and reflectance spectroscopy
Xavi Gallach, Christophe Ogier, Ludovic Ravanel, Philip Deline, and Julien Carcaillet

X2.68
EGU2017-17897
Plio-Quaternary river incision rates inferred from burial dating (Al-26/Be-10) of in cave-deposited alluvium in the Meuse catchment (E Belgium): new insights into the uplift history of the Ardennes massif
Gilles Rixhon, Didier Bourlès, Régis Braucher, Alexandre Peeters, and Alain Demoulin

X2.69
EGU2017-6239
Isochron burial dating of the Haslau terrace of the Danube (Vienna Basin) and interlaboratory comparison of sample preparation in Vienna and Budapest
Zsófia Ruszkiczay-Rüdiger, Stephanie Neuhuber, Kurt Decker, Régis Braucher, Marcus Fiebig, Mihály Braun, Johannes Lachner, and Aster Team

X2.70
EGU2017-10079
Calibrated surface ages for desert pavements from spaceborne radar measurements of surface roughness and application of this new dating method for quantifying tectonic slip rates across the Dead Sea Transform since ~1 Ma.
Guy Hetz, Amit Mushkin, Michael Beyth, Gidon Baer, Amir Sagy, Dan Blumberg, and Hanan Ginat

X2.71
EGU2017-8315
Neogene basin infilling from cosmogenic nuclides (10Be and 21Ne) in Atacama, Chile
Caroline Sanchez, Vincent Regard, Sébastien Carretier, Rodrigo Riquelme, Pierre-Henri Blard, Eduardo Campos, Stéphanie Brichau, Marteen Lupker, and Gérard Hérail

X2.72
EGU2017-12557
K-Ar age constrains on chemically weathered granitic basement rocks (saprolites) in Scandinavia
Annina Margreth, Ola Fredin, Giulio Viola, Jochen Knies, Ronald Sørlie, Jan-Erik Lie, Else Margrethe Grandal, Horst Zwingmann, and Christoph Vogt

X2.73
EGU2017-12883
A new paleoaltimeter using multiple radioactive cosmogenic nuclides Highlight
Pierre-Henri Blard, Maarten Lupker, and Moïse Rousseau