Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group
A.J. Tim Jull
Tim is the director of the Arizona radiocarbon laboratory and has worked with us over the years on several projects. Most recently Tim has overseen the CRONUS initiative to cross-calibrate labs using quartz we purified.
Doctoral DegreeUniversity of Bristol, Ph.D. Geochemistry, 1976
Other Related LinksTim's University of Arizona AMS web page
University of Arizona Geosciences Department web site
Current Position and Contact Information (3/2008)Professor of Geosciences
Director of NSF-Arizona AMS Facility
University of Arizona
Gould-Simpson Building #77
1118 East Fourth St.
Tucson, AZ 85721
Other Meeting Abstracts Based on UVM Research
Lifton, N.A., Pigati, J., Jull, A.J.T., Quade, J., Bierman, P., Stone, J., and Kober, F., 2004, Identifying biases in cosmogenic nuclide production rate scaling models using in situ cosmogenic 14C from surfaces at secular equilibrium, International Geological Conference: Florence, Italy. (download pdf)
Lifton, N., Pigati, J., Jull, A.J., Quade, J., Bierman, P., and Kober, F., 2002, Testing cosmogenic nuclide production rate scaling models using in situ cosmogenic 14C from surfaces at secular equilibrium: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement, v. 67, p. 253. (download pdf)
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