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Report on the second uranium-series intercomparison project workshop

M. Ivanovich

Report on the second uranium-series intercomparison project workshop

Harwell, 23 to 24 June 1980

by M. Ivanovich

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Published by AERE in Harwell .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementM. Ivanovich and R.M. Warchal.
SeriesAERE-R 10044
ContributionsWarchal, R. M., Atomic Energy Research Establishment. Nuclear Physics Division.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15114535M
ISBN 100705808637

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The Uranium Series Intercomparison Project (USIP) was initiated by a group of laboratories engaged in the dating applications of uranium series disequilibrium methods in order to identify and eliminate systematic errors associated with the analytical and spectroscopic techniques employed in the measurement of alpha activity ratios of the long-lived nuclides U, U, Th, Cited by:   Isotope Geosci.

59, IVANOVICH M. and HARMON R. (eds.) () Uranium Series Disequilibrium: Applications to Environmental Problems. Oxford University Press, p. IVANOVICH M. and WARCHAL R. () Report on the second Uranium-Series Intercomparison Project Workshop, Harwell, 23 to 24 June, UK Atom.

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The results show that the analyses coincide with the average value of 26 laboratories from nine countries in the Uranium-Series Intercomparison Project II (abbreviated as USIP-II) (Ivanovich and Warchal, Report on the Second Uranium-series Intercomparison Project Workshop, Harwell 23 to 24 JuneAERE-R Google by: 6.

Report on the second uranium-series intercomparison project workshop, AERE-RU.K. Atomic Energy Authority, Harwell, England () Google Scholar Kable et al., The Intercomparison Exercise announced in January focused on external monitoring, specifically on passive dosimeters (such as TLD, OSL, RPL and film) used for the assessment of Hp(10) and/or Hp().

An evaluation workshop to discuss the Intercomparison Exercise and finalise the report was conducted in February Full story». Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project The Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project (AMIP), conducted by the Programme for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI) at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA, with the support of the US Department of Energy has been an important and far-reaching WGNE-sponsored intercomparison.

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All participants would be free to determine their method of choice. This intercomparison project has seen a significant improvement in TC track forecasts, both globally and in each TC basin. In the western North Pacific, for example, we have succeeded in obtaining an approximately day lead-time improvement.

The project has also demonstrated the benefits of multicenter track forecasts (i.e., consensus. Members of the PAGES LandCover6k working group (LandCover6k), the Paleoclimate Modeling Intercomparison Project (PMIP), and representatives of the carbon-cycle modeling community and PAGES’ PEOPLE working group met in Sitges, Spain, to co-design paleo simulations to evaluate the impact of land-use and anthropogenic land-cover change on climate and the carbon cycle over the.

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Each paper (to some degree) contributes to both. Arctic Ocean Model Intercomparison Project (AOMIP): Travel Support for Workshops The second AOMIP workshop to use ONR funding took place at WHOI OctoberEighty scientists came to WHOI from the US, Canada, China, England, France, 1.

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