Strontium dating (as enabled by the 87Sr/86Sr ratio of marine carbonates) can be used to date various marine samples based on the premise that the mixing of oceanic strontium occurs relatively rapidly through time compared to the residence time of oceanic strontium.
Ice core records are an important foundational archive for paleoclimatology. Through them scientists have reconstructed high resolution atmospheric CO2 and temperature records covering hundreds of thousands of years.
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View an Introduction to Uranium-Thorium Dating to review the chemistry of U-Th Dating, to learn how U-Th dating differs from Carbon-14 dating, and to discuss advancements, limitations, and application examples.
Watch our on-demand webinar on Lead Isotopes and Applications. Topics include an introduction to Pb isotopes and decay, the geology of Pb isotopes, human intervention of Pb cycling, and how to prepare samples for analysis.