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Dating fluvial sediments by optically stimulated luminescence; selection of equivalent doses for age calculation



Dating fluvial sediments by optically stimulated luminescence; selection of equivalent doses for age calculation



Quaternary Science Reviews 22(10-13): 1123-1129



Fluvial sediments are not an ideal material for optical dating because of insufficient or/and uneven exposure to daylight prior to burial. The equivalent doses for a sample obtained using the single-aliquot regenerative-dose method usually show a large scatter which may be attributed to many factors. Here we developed a technique to evaluate the contributions from each factor. Using this technique, relatively well-bleached aliquots were identified, and the average of their equivalent doses was taken for age calculation.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0277-3791(03)00054-4


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