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DATA SETS

UW cosmogenic nuclide data can be viewed and copied through the links below. The data are stored as input for the CRONUS calculator. You should be able to copy and paste them from your browser into a spreadsheet, or directly into the calculator's input window (tested on Safari and Firefox). Note that Antarctic data presented here include one or two additional columns with isostatic correction factors (for Be-10 and Al-26 ages, respectively). These must be clipped before sending the data to the CRONUS calculator, but can then be used to correct the simple exposure ages returned by the calculator. As time allows, we will add tab- or comma-separated files to simplify the job of extracting the data for more complicated uses.

Please cite the primary publications describing each data set when referring to these data.

Be-10 data from last glacial maximum and recessional deposits at the Quartz Hills, Reedy Glacier, Antarctica

Be-10 data from last glacial maximum and recessional deposits at Mim's and Polygon Spurs, Reedy Glacier, Antarctica

Be-10 data from recessional deposits on nunataks beside lower Reedy Glacier, Antarctica

UW/CRONUS Be-10 and Al-26 data from the Huancane moraine, Quelccaya, Peru

UW/CRONUS Be-10 and Al-26 data from the Baboon Lakes moraine, Sierra Nevada, California, USA