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|Title: ||The influence of groundwater/surface water exchange on stable water isotopic signatures along the Darling River, NSW, Australia|
|Authors: ||Merideth, K|
|Issue Date: ||1-Jan-2013|
|Citation: ||Sloss, C. R., Westaway, K. E., Hua, Q., & Murray-Wallace, C. V. (2013). 14.30 An Introduction to Dating Techniques: A Guide for Geomorphologists. In J. F. Shroder (Ed.), Treatise on Geomorphology (pp. 346-369). San Diego: Academic Press.|
|Abstract: ||This chapter provides researchers with a guide to some of the types of dating techniques that can be used in geo- morphological investigations and issues that need to be addressed when using geochronological data, specifically issues relating to accuracy and precision. This chapter also introduces the ‘types’ of dating methods that are commonly used in geomorphological studies. This includes sidereal, isotopic, radiogenic, and chemical dating methods. © 2013 Elsevier Inc.|
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