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1-Jan-2014A 2 million year glacial chronology of the Hatherton Glacier, Antarctica and implications for the size of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet at the Last Glacial MaximumJoy, K; Fink, D; Storey, B; Atkins, C
26-Jul-201521Ne, 10Be and 26Al cosmogenic burial ages of near-surface eolian sand from the Packard Dune field, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica.Fink, D; Augustinus, P; Rhodes, E; Bristow, C; Balco, G
15-Aug-201426Al/10Be dating of an aeolian dust mantle soil in western New South Wales, AustraliaFisher, A; Fink, D; Chappell, JMA; Melville, MD
3-Jul-2016Accelerator Mass Spectrometry on SIRIUS: new 6MV spectrometer at ANSTOWilcken, KM; Fink, D; Hotchkis, MAC; Garton, D; Button, D; Mann, M; Kitchen, R
8-Jul-2016Accelerator Mass Spectrometry on SIRIUS: new 6MV spectrometer at ANSTOWilcken, KM; Fink, D; Hotchkis, MAC; Garton, D; Button, D; Mann, M; Kitchen, R
1-Apr-2010AMS-11 in Rome, 2008: past achievements, current and future trends.Fink, D
24-Aug-2014Antarctica at the global ‘Last Glacial Maximum’ – what can we learn from cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al exposure ages?.Fink, D
Dec-2009Atmospheric c-14 variations derived from tree rings during the early Younger Dryas.Hua, Q; Barbetti, M; Fink, D; Kaiser, KF; Friedrich, M; Kromer, B; Levchenko, VA; Zoppi, U; Smith, AM; Bertuch, F
15-Feb-2010Be-10 exposure ages of ancient desert pavements reveal Quaternary evolution of the Dead Sea drainage basin and rift margin tilting.Guralnik, B; Matmon, A; Avni, Y; Fink, D
15-Aug-2014Beryllium isotopes as tracers of Lake Lisan (Last Glacial Dead Sea) hydrology and the Laschamp geomagnetic excursion.Belmaker, R; Stein, M; Beer, J; Christl, M; Fink, D; Lazar, B
Sep-2008Beryllium-10 in forams and marine sediments; a new chemo-stratigraphic tracer for the late quaternary.Levchenko, VA; Opdyke, B; Fink, D; Mifsud, C; Williams, AA
14-Mar-2011Burial dating in archaeology using 10Be and 26Al in-situ produced cosmogenic radioisotopesFink, D
3-Feb-2014Catastrophic rock avalanches in a glaciated valley of the High Atlas, Morocco: 10Be exposure ages reveal a 4.5 ka seismic eventHughes, PD; Fink, D; Fletcher, WJ; Hannah, G
Mar-2007Cenozoic landscape evolution of an East Antarctic oasis (Radok Lake area, northern Prince Charles Mountains), and its implications for the glacial and climatic history of Antarctica.Hambrey, MJ; Glasser, NF; McKelvey, BC; Sugden, DE; Fink, D
14-Jan-2014The Centre for Accelerator Science at ANSTOHotchkis, MAC; Child, DP; Cohen, DD; Dodson, JR; Fink, D; Fujioka, T; Garton, D; Hua, Q; Ionescu, M; Jacobsen, GE; Levchenko, VA; Misfud, C; Pastuovic,Z; Siegele, R; Smith, AM; Wilcken, KM; Williams, AG
11-Apr-2013Choosing the right stripper gas from AMS and other applications with tandem accelerators at low and medium terminal voltageHotchkis, MAC; Child, DP; Fink, D; Levchenko, VA; Wilcken, KM
21-Jul-2011The chronology of the last deglaciation from two New Zealand valleys and some climatic implicationsShulmeister, J; Fink, D; Rother, H; Thackray, G
Feb-2011Constraining the evolution of river terraces with integrated OSL and cosmogenic nuclide data.Guralnik, B; Matmon, A; Avni, Y; Porat, N; Fink, D
2-May-2010Constraints on ice volume changes of the WAIS and Ross Ice Shelf since the LGM based on cosmogenic exposure ages in the Darwin-Hatherton glacial system of the Transantarctic Mountains.Fink, D; Storey, B; Hood, D; Joy, K; Shulmeister, J
22-Mar-2012Constraints on ice volume changes of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and RossFink, D; Storey, B; Joy, K; Shulmeister, J