Here Olwen Williams-Thorpe and colleagues, who have argued for the glacial transport theory, show that the Chlorine-36 dates have been misinterpreted.
For the determination of water transit times between two sampling locations instead of the absolute age of the water, the value measured at the upgradient location is used as the input value.
First, it is crucial to issues of conservation and preservation.
This paper focuses on the second area of interest in weathering phenomena, in providing evidence supporting the efforts of estimating the age of rock art, most especially that of petroglyphs.
A recently developed imputation algorithm was applied to estimate the high proportion of censored Br− values, as well as the other eight analytes, based on the multivariate relationships of nine analytes.
The results are consistent with previous studies that have found that the concentrations of these two ions in wet deposition, and the Cl−/Br− ratios of wet deposition decrease with distance inland.
ABSTRACT: The observed (36)Cl isotopic abundance in Great Lakes water decreases from west to east, with the highest (36)Cl/Cl ratio of 1332 × 10(-15) in Lake Superior and the lowest (36)Cl/Cl ratio of 151 × 10(-15) in Lake Erie, whereas the (36)Cl concentration ((36)Cl atoms/L) is lowest in Lake Superior and higher in the other Great Lakes.