Training program

Tuesday-Friday, 8-11 October 2019.

9h - 9h30

Welcome

30'

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9h30 - 10h00

Introduction: Overview of the dating techniques

30'

N. Fagel, ULiège

10h15 - 12h30

Radiocarbon dating

2h00

M. Boudin, KIK-IRPA

14h - 15h30

Dendrochronology

1h30

C. Maggi, P. Fraiture, S. Cremer, A. Weitz, KIK-IRPA

15h45 - 16h30

Varves counting: theory

1h30

B. Amann, UGent

16h45 - 17h30

Exercise on varve chronology

1h30

B. Amann, UGent

9h00 - 11h00

Thermoluminescence and optically stimulated luminescence dating

2h00

D. Vandenberghe, UGent

11h00 - 12h30

Electron spin resonance dating

1h30

K. Beerten, SCK-CEN

14h00 - 15h30

U/Th dating

1h30

B. Galheb, Université du Québec à Montréal

15h45 - 17h00

Speleothem dating

1h45

S. Verheyden, Belspo

17h00 - 17h30

Exercise on speleothem dating

30'

S. Verheyden, Belspo

9h00 - 12h00

Cosmogenic radionuclide dating
Exercise on CRN dating

3h00

V. Vanacker, UCLouvain

13h30 - 15h30

Age-depth modelling

2h00

R.A. Staff, University of Glasgow

15h45 - 16h30

Exercise on age-depth modelling

45'

R.A. Staff, University of Glasgow

9h00 - 18h00

Optional field course :
OSL/C14 (drift sand/loess section)
ESR/CRN (fluvial terrace deposits, quarry)

7h00

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