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Hello from California

Post by dmcfarlane » 29 Sep 2021, 02:44

I am a professor of environmental science, interested in 137C and (potentially) 210Pb in cave deposits for dating purposes. Also generally interested in radioisotopes in the environment.


President, Commission on Archaeology and Paleontology in caves,
Internationale Union of Speleology/Union Internationale de Spéléologie

Professor of Environmental Science,
The Claremont Colleges

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Re: Hello from California

Post by Sesselmann » 02 Oct 2021, 08:56


Welcome to the forum and sorry for the delayed reply, have been pretty busy over here :)

Good luck with tuning up your spectrometer and make sure you call out if you need any help getting the great results you expect.

Feel free to share your experiments online here as many will be interested in your work, especially if you are developing new techniques etc..



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