University of Vermont

Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Nat Lifton



Nat is the man who perfected 14C measurements in rock. We have shared samples with him to assist in production rate calibration and are working together on rocks collected from the margin of the Greenland ice sheet to ensure those bearing 10Be have no 14C and thus have not seen recent exposure.
Doctoral Degree
University of Arizona, Ph.D. Geosciences, 1997
Projects
Detrital Cosmochronology of the Greenland Ice Sheet
Other Related Links
Nat's University of Arizona web page
Email Address
lifton@email.arizona.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (3/2008)
Research Scientist
Gould-Simpson, 311
Geosciences Department
University of Arizona
1040 East 4th Street
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0077
520-626-8053
First-Authored 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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