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Radionuclides and chronology of short sediment cores BY and ASH from the Israel inner Mediterranean shelf

Authors: Ransby, Daniela; Fischer, Helmut W; Herut, Barak; Almogi-Labin, Ahuva;

Radionuclides and chronology of short sediment cores BY and ASH from the Israel inner Mediterranean shelf

Abstract

Depth sections of two short sediment cores were analyzed in the Radioactivity measurements Laboratory at the University of Bremen by gamma spectrometry to determine the activities of natural and artificial gamma emitting radionuclides. The core chronology was based on a combination of two radiotracers, 210Pb and 137Cs, due to their suitable half-lives 22.2 and 30 years. A robust time-frame will enable to track the rapid changes in the sedimentation pattern of the Nile River along a S-N gradient observed in the cores GC and BC as a part of the project Rapid changes along the Israeli Mediterranean coast following the damming of the Nile and their influence on the Israeli inner shelf. In order to understand causes of recent sharp changes in sedimentation pattern on the inner Israeli shelf, dating of cores collected in the region is important.

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Lead 210, Age, relative, number of years, Size fraction 0 063 mm, Age, maximum/old, Sediment corer, Mediterranean, Corrected, Shikmona, Lead 214, Age, dated, Caesium 137, low background gamma spectroscopy HPGe detector, Lead 210 excess, Calculated, uncertainty, Age, minimum/young, maximum old, Constant Flux Constant Sedimentation CFCS dating model, Lead-210, uncertainty, sediment rock, Depth, uncertainty, number of years, mud, Earth System Research, Lead-214, uncertainty, Size fraction &lt; 0.063 mm, mud, silt+clay, Constant Flux - Constant Sedimentation (CFCS) dating model, Caesium-137, Lead-210 excess, uncertainty, SHI 2007, minimum young, Caesium-137, uncertainty, Lead-210 excess, DEPTH, sediment/rock, dated, Age, High resolution, low background gamma spectroscopy (HPGe detector, Canberra Inc.), High resolution, Radionuclides, Depth, Event label, Size fraction < 0.063 mm, mud, silt+clay, silt clay, chronology, Canberra Inc, relative, Sediment core, Lead-214, SHI-2007, Lead-210, DEPTH

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