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(2020) Uranium Isotopes Constrain Sediment Transport Times to the Bengal Fan

Clinger A, DePaolo D & Christensen J


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Submitted by Sarah Feakins on Thursday 25th June 01:34
Hi Anna, would you expect longer transit times during the Miocene and Pliocene, sediments being supplied to the Bengal Fan, like the interglacials? thanks, Sarah Feakins

Submitted by Marisa Repasch on Thursday 25th June 17:34
Hi Anna, thanks for sharing your cool U-series dataset. I have a few questions for you: 1) How do you quantify the amount of 234U lost to recoil? How does this affect your comminution age estimates? 2) Why do you think the comminution ages are so short in MIS7? 3) How much comminution can occur in the marine setting? Is there any exchange with U-series isotopes in seawater (I guess authigenic U) that would affect your ages? Thanks!

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