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Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

John Stone



For many years, we have communicated with John in regards to both lab techniques and data interpretation. John generously provided lab space and expertise so that Luke Reusser could process his samples from Waipoa after our lab burned in May 2007.
Degree
Cambridge University, Ph.D. Geology, 1986
Projects
Cronus Standards
Sediment Dynamics, Waipaoa Basin
Other Related Links
University of Washington cosmogenic lab
University of Washington Quaternary Research Group
Email Address
stone@ess.washington.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (3/2008)
Associate Professor of Geosciences, Director of UW Cosmogenic Lab
Johnson Hall 345
Box 351310
4000 15th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98195-1310
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)

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