[meteorite-list] Terrestrial Ages of meteorites

From: Bernd Pauli HD <bernd.pauli_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:44:43 2004
Message-ID: <3ABF9658.865359B9_at_lehrer1.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de>

Kelly Webb hollered:

> There is a huge literature on isotopic dating of meteorites, most
> of it oriented to formation ages, length of time exposure in space,
> and so forth, but much less work is devoted to terrestrial ages.
> You need access to a good huge university library to find most of
> it, though.


Terrestrial Ages of meteorites: "Some" references :-)

Best wishes,

Bernd


01) SUESS H.E. et al. (1962) Radiocarbon content and terrestrial age of
12 stony meteorites and one iron meteorite (GCA 26, 475-480).

02) GOEL P.S. et al. (1962) Cosmogenic carbon-14 in meteorites and
terrestrial ages of finds and craters (Science 136, 875-876).

03) KOHMAN T.P. et al. (1963) Terrestrial ages of meteorites from
cosmogenic C-14 (Reprint from the Radioactive Dating, International
Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 395-411 and Science 136, 1962, 875-876).

04) VILCSEK E. and W─NKE H. (1963) Cosmic ray exposure ages and
terrestrial ages of stone and iron meteorites derived from chlorine-36
and argon-39 measurements (Radioactive Dating, Vienna, International
Atomic Energy Agency, pp. 381-392).

05) CHANG C.T. et al. (1969) Beryllium-10 in iron meteorites, their
cosmic ray exposure and terrestrial ages (Meteorite Research, ed. P.M.
Millman, 397-406).

06) BOECKL R. (1972) Terrestrial age of 19 stony meteorites derived from
their radiocarbon content (Nature 236, 25-26).

07) KIRSTEN T. et al. (1978) Exposure and Terrestrial Ages of Four Allan
Hills Antarctic Meteorites (Meteoritics 13, 519-522).

08) EVANS J.C. et al. (1979) 26Al Content of Antarctic Meteorites:
Implications for Terrestrial Ages and Bombardment History (Proc. 10th
Lun.Plan.Sci. Conf., 1061- 1072).

09) FIREMAN E.L. et al. (1979) Terrestrial Ages of Four Allan Hills
Meteorites: Consequences for Antarctic Ice (Science 203, 453-455).

10) SEARS D.W.G. et al. (1980) Thermoluminescence and the terrestrial
age of meteorites: Some recent results (Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 46,
159-166).

11) MELCHER C.L. (1981a) Thermoluminescence of meteorites and their
terrestrial ages (GCA 45, 615-626).

12) KAMP P.J.J. et al. (1982) Geology and terrestrial age of the Derrick
Peak meteorite occurrence, Antarctica (Meteoritics 17, 119-127).

13) SCHULTZ L. et al. (1984) Terrestrial ages of Antarctic meteorites
(abs. Meteoritics 19, 310).

14) SCHULTZ L. (1986a) Terrestrial ages of Antarctic meteorites:
Implications for concentration mechanisms (in International Workshop on
AntarcticMeteorites, eds. J.O. Annexstad et al., Lun. and Planet. Inst.
Tech. Rep. 86-01, 80-81).

15) NISHIIZUMI K. et al. (1987) Terrestrial ages of Antarctic and
Greenland meteorites (Meteoritics 22, 473).

16) Y.Miura et al. (1988) Cosmic-ray exposure and terrestrial ages of
Antarctic meteorites (abs. Meteoritics 23-3, 1988, 290).

17) NISHIIZUMI K. et al.(1989) Update on terrestrial ages of Antarctic
meteorites (Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 93, 299-313).

18) JULL A.J.T. et al. (1989) Trends in carbon-14 terrestrial ages of
Antarctic meteorites from different sites (abs. Lunar Planet. Sci. 20,
488-489).

19) JULL A.J.T. et al. (1990) Distribution of terrestrial age and
petrologic type of meteorites from western Libya (GCA 54, 2895-2898).

20) SCHULTZ L. (1990) Terrestrial ages and weathering of Antarctic
meteorites (In Workshop on Antarctic Meteorite Stranding Surfaces, eds.
W.A. Cassidy and I.M. Whillans, pp. 56-59, LPI Technical Report 90-03,
Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas).

21) JULL A.J.T. et al. (1991) Terrestrial ages and petrologic
description of Roosevelt County meteorites (abs. Lun.Plan. Sci. 22,
667-668).

22) NISHIIZUMI K. et al. (1991) 36Cl terrestrial ages of Antarctic
meteorites (abs. Meteoritics 26-4, 1991, 380).

23) BENOIT P.H. et al. (1991) Thermoluminiscence and C-14 of
Non-Antarctic meteorites: Terrestrial ages of Prairie State finds
(Meteoritics 26-4, 1991, A316).

24) IKEDA Y. et al. (1991) Terrestrial alteration of Fe-Ni metals in
Antarctic ordinary chondrites and the relationship to their terrestrial
ages (Proc. NIPR Symp.Ant.Mets. 4, 307-318).

25) KIRKBRIDGE M.P. (1991) Further finds of the Derrick Peak meteorite,
Transantarctic Mts. and implications for terrestrial age (Meteoritics
26-3, 1991, 213-216).

26) MIURA Y. et al. (1992) Noble gases and 81-Kr - Kr exposure ages of
non-Antarctic ordinary chondrites: An attempt to measure terrestrial
ages of Antarctic meteorites (Proc. NIPR Symp. Antarct. Meteorites 5,
298-309).

27) BENOIT P.H. et al. (1993) Natural thermoluminescence of meteorites
VI: Carbon-14 thermoluminescence and the terrestrial ages of meteorites
(Meteoritics 28-2, 1993, 196-203).

28) JULL A.J.T. et al. (1993) 14C terrestrial ages of meteorites from
desert regions: Algeria and Australia (abs. Meteoritics 28-3, 1993,
376).

29) JULL A.J.T. et al. (1993) Carbon-14 terrestrial ages and weathering
of 27 meteorites from the southern high plains and adjacent areas - USA
(Meteoritics 28-2, 1993, 188-195).

30) MICHLOVICH E. et al. (1993) Cosmogenic radionuclides in Antarctic
metorites: Preliminary results on terrestrial ages and temporal
phenomena (abs. Meteoritics 28-3, 1993, 400).

31) WLOTZKA F. (1993) A weathering scale for the ordinary chondrites
(Meteoritics 28-3, 1993, A460).

32) WLOTZKA F. et al. (1994) 14C terrestrial ages of meteorites from
Ašfer, Algeria (in Workshop on Meteorites from Cold and Hot Deserts,
N÷rdlingen, July 1994, LPI Tech. Rep.).

33) MIURA Y.N.et al. (1994) Exposure Ages and Terrestrial Ages of
Antarctic Eucrites (abs. Meteoritics 29-4, 1994, 504).

34) WLOTZKA F. et al. (1995) 14C terrestrial ages of meteorites from
Acfer, Algeria (In Workshop on Meteorites From Cold and Hot Deserts,
eds. L. Schultz et al., Lun.Plan.Inst. Tech.Rep. 95-02, Houston,
Texas).

35) JULL A.J.T. et al. (1994) 14C terrestrial ages of achondrites from
Victoria Land, Antarctica (abs. Lun.Plan.Sci. 25, 647-648).

36) WELTEN K.C. (1995) Exposure histories and terrestrial ages of
Antarctic meteorites (Ph. D. thesis, Utrecht University, The
Netherlands. 150 pp.).

37) JULL A.J.T. et al. (1995) 14 C terrestrial ages and weathering of
meteorites from the Nullarbor region, Western Australia (In Workshop on
Meteorites From Cold and Hot Deserts, eds. L. Schultz et al.,
Lun.Plan.Inst. Tech.Rep. 95-02, Houston, Texas, in press).

38) BENOIT P.H. et al. (1995) Terrestrial age clustering of meteorite
finds from sites in Antarctica and hot deserts (In Workshop on
Meteorites from Cold and Hot Deserts, eds. L. Schultz et al., pp. 17-19,
LPI Tech. Rpt. 95-02, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas).

39) NISHIIZUMI K. (1995) Terrestrial ages of meteorites from cold and
cold deserts (In Workshop on Meteorites from Cold and Hot Deserts, eds.
L. Schultz et al., pp. 53-55. LPI Tech. Rpt. 95-02, Lun. Planet. Inst.,
Houston, Texas).

40) NAGAO K. et al. (1996) Time-dependent variation of eucrite influx to
the Earth: An inference from exposure and terrestrial ages of Antarctic
and non-Antarctic meteorites (abs. Meteoritics 31-4, 1996, A096).

41) TH. STELZNER, K. HEIDE (1996) The study of weathering products of
meteorites by means of evolved gas analysis (Meteoritics 31-2, 1996,
249-254).

42) NISHIIZUM K. et al. (1997) A systematic study of the
cosmic-ray-exposure history of iron meteorites: Beryllium-10 -
chlorine-36/beryllium-10 terrestrial ages (Meteoritics 32-4, 1997,
A100).

43) WELTEN K.C. et al. (1997) Lewis Cliff 86360: An Antarctic
L-chondrite with a terrestrial age of 2.35 million years (Meteoritics
32-6, 1997, 775-780).

44) SCHERER P. et al. (1997) Allan Hills 88019: An Antarctic H-chondrite
with a very long terrestrial age (MAPS 32, 769-773).

45) SCHULTZ L. et al. (1998) Ten new meteorites from the TÚnÚrÚ Desert
(Niger): Classification, noble gases, cosmogenic radionuclides, and
terrestrial ages (Meteoritics 33-4, 1998, A138).

46) NISHIIZUMI K. et al. (1998) Measurements of cosmogenic calcium-41
and calcium-41/chlorine-36 terrestrial ages (Meteoritics 33-4, 1998,
A117).

47) WELTEN K.C. et al. (1998) Terrestrial ages of H chondrites from
Frontier Mountain, Antarctica (Meteoritics 33-4, 1998, A166).

48) STELZNER TH. et al. (1999) An interdisciplinary study of weathering
effects in ordinary chondrites from the Ašfer region, Algeria (MAPS
34-5, 1999, 787-794).

49) WELTEN K.C. et al. (1999) LEW 88019, LEW 88021 and LEW 88174: Three
heavily weathered H4 chondrites with low terrestrial ages: Implications
for local weathering conditions in Antarctica (MAPS 34-4, 1999, A 121).

50) WELTEN K.C. et al. (1999) Terrestrial ages of ordinary chondrites
from the Lewis Cliff stranding area, East Antarctica (MAPS 34-4, 1999,
558).

51) AKRIDGE J.M.C. et al. (2000) Terrestrial age measurements using
natural thermoluminescence of a drained zone under the fusion crust of
Antarctic ordinary chondrites (MAPS 35-4, Jul 2000, 869).
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