Nuclear Methods in Earth Systems

Project, Last Updated 2014-02-18 13:29:14 , Visibility External RIFCS Published (0012)

Tagged with


Brief Description Nuclear Methods in Earth Systems uses isotopic and nuclear techniques to trace the impact of humans on the environment.
Earth systems science recognises that knowledge of the history of environmental variability and human-environment interactions improves our understanding of the functioning of Earth systems and their response, or vulnerability,
to current and future impacts. The techniques and instruments used by researchers in this group enable them to reconstruct human impacts on ecosystems over the past 8000 years.
The Nuclear Methods in Earth Systems group have formed partnerships and collaborations with many of the worlds leading research institutes, and undertake fieldwork on sites around Australia, and the world.
Study areas include: - Tracing Human Impacts on Earth Systems - Contaminant Science - Nuclear Methods in the Carbon Cycle
Related Info
Subject arc-code/059999


This collection does not have any resources


Collection Type Project
Visibility External RIFCS Published (0012)
Metadata Created 2011-03-23 12:49:40
Metadata Updated 2014-02-18 13:29:14