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Meteorites as surface exposure time markers on the blue ice fields of Antarctica: episodic ice flow in Victoria Land over the last 300,000 years / P.H. Benoit.

Title: Meteorites as surface exposure time markers on the blue ice fields of Antarctica: episodic ice flow in Victoria Land over the last 300,000 years / P.H. Benoit.
Author(s): Benoit, P. H.
Date: 1995.
In: Quaternary Science Reviews. (1995.), Vol. 14(5) (1995)
Abstract: Cosmological radionuclide abundances indicate how long meteorites have been on Earth and natural thermoluminescence indicates how long they have been exposed on the ice surface. Steps in surface exposure ages suggest accumulation of meteorites has been episodic. None gives such ages >300,000 a.
Notes:

Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 14(5) :531-540 (1995).

References: Glen, Ice physics bibliography.

Keywords: 523.5 -- Meteors, meteorite showers.
550.93 -- Geochronology.
01 -- Bibliographies: Glen.
E3 -- Glaciology: instruments and methods.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*76) -- Ross Dependency.
(*762) -- Victoria Land.
SPRI record no.: 137135

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