The calibration of a glacial varve record, series, or chronology is accomplished by applying numerical or calendar ages to existing varve numbers.
Now are investigating whether this offshore sediment record can be used to reconstruct the range’s history of uplift and erosion, also known as its exhumation.
As part of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program’s Expedition 341, which drilled five boreholes in 2013 through sediment deposited along the gulf’s continental shelf, slope, and submarine fans, the team extracted and obtained ages for more than 1600 mineral grains using uranium-lead (U-Pb) and fission track dating techniques.
Several circumstances are required for a valid calibration of varve sequences using C ages.
An important preliminary requirement for an accurate calibration is that the varves being studied should be exactly matched to a varve chronology or they should be measured and have there own numbering system.
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We believe big data and AI to be the Next Digital Disruption.A varve sequence might also have events in it of known calendar age, such as beds from flood events or volcanic ash layers that have historic records associated with them.The more usual case is when numerical ages (estimates of true calendar ages) based on radiometric or other techniques are applied to varves.Mark Watt, a partner in the American-Ukrainian asset management firm Noosphere – which has just invested in commerce platform – said the search for such projects is mainly conducted in universities.“The criteria, as with most startups, is viability, scalability, the commercial element and the team,” he said. Hans Langer founded EOS in 1989, and the company has been an industry-leader in the field of additive manufacturing ever since – including the high-end Selective Laser Sintering machines used at 3DPX! Langer participated in an educational game-show called “Who Wants to Know What’s Going On?