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NOSAMS Related Publications

Through a combination of providing data to scientists and collaborative research, NOSAMS has enabled the publication of thousands of studies. The WHOI/MBL Library has created a searchable database of works using data produced at NOSAMS or authored by NOSAMS staff.

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NOSAMS Research Database from the WHOI/MBL Library

NOSAMS Related Research is a database of researchers and their publications related to radiocarbon analyses made at the National Ocean Sciences Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Facility (NOSAMS) located at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

Search NOSAMS related research: NOSAMS Research Library

Goals

  • Allow the scientific community to discover research that relies on radiocarbon analyses made at NOSAMS
  • Find and track publications that demonstrate the impact of science supported by NOSAMS
  • Help scientists to discover research and potential collaborators in their field

Features

  • Locate publications by browse, basic, or advanced searching
  • Understand related NOSAMS publications trends over time
  • Export search results in BibTex, RTF, or RIS

Corrections

NOSAMS Related Research is a project maintained by NOSAMS administrators and the MBLWHOI Library. If you are a NOSAMS client and notice any inaccuracies with your contributed works, please get in touch. We welcome any information or suggestions to make it better.

We look forward to hearing from you. Please contact us via email: nosams@whoi.edu

Lastest Results from NOSAMS Related Research Database

Submitted

Li Xu, Mark Roberts, Katherine Elder, Mark D. Kurz, Ann McNichol, Christopher M. Reddy, Collin P. Ward, and Ulrich M. Hanke, Radiocarbon in Dissolved Organic Carbon by UV oxidation: procedures and blank characterization at NOSAMS, Submitted

A. Colin Seidel, Carr, C., Stojanowski, C. M., Buikstra, J. E., and Aguilera, M., ?Temporary Territories and Persistent Places: A Bioarchaeological Evaluation of the Association between Monumentality and Territoriality for Foraging Societies of the Prehistoric Ohio Valley?, Temporary Territories and Persistent Places: A Bioarchaeological Evaluation of the Association between Monumentality and Territoriality for Foraging Societies of the Prehistoric Ohio Valley. Arizona State University, Submitted.

2020

J. C. Bowen, Ward, C. P., Kling, G. W., and Cory, R. M., Arctic amplification of global warming strengthened by sunlight oxidation of permafrost carbon to CO 2, Geophysical Research Letters, 2020.

B.K. Barnett, Chanton, J. P., Ahrens, R., Thornton, L., and Patterson, W. F., ?Life history of northern Gulf of Mexico Warsaw grouper Hyporthodus nigritus inferred from otolith radiocarbon analysis?, PLOS ONE, vol. 15, no. 1, p. e0228254, 2020

T. Ge, Xue, Y., Jiang, X., Zou, L., and Wang, X., ?Sources and radiocarbon ages of organic carbon in different grain size fractions of Yellow River-transported particles and coastal sediments?, Chemical Geology, vol. 534, p. 119452, 2020.

S.H. Bosman, Schwing, P. T., Larson, R. A., Wildermann, N. E., Brooks, G. R., Romero, I. C., Sanchez-Cabeza, J. - A., Ruiz-Fernández, A. Carolina, Machain-Castillo, M. Luisa, Gracia, A., Escobar-Briones, E., Murawski, S. A., Hollander, D. J., and Chanton, J. P., ?The southern Gulf of Mexico: A baseline radiocarbon isoscape of surface sediments and isotopic excursions at depth?, PLOS ONE, vol. 15, no. 4, p. e0231678, 2020

Y. Amitai, Yam, R., Montagna, P., Devoti, S., Correa, M. López, and Shemesh, A., Spatial and temporal variability in Mediterranean climate over the last millennium from vermetid isotope records and CMIP5/PMIP3 models, Global and Planetary Change, vol. 189, p. 103159, 2020

2019

J.S. Johnson, Nichols, K. A., Goehring, B. M., Balco, G., and Schaefer, J. M., ?Abrupt mid-Holocene ice loss in the western Weddell Sea Embayment of Antarctica?, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 518, pp. 127 - 135, 2019

M. C. Lardie Gaylord, Longworth, B. E., Murphy, K., Cobb, C., and McNichol, A. P., ?Annual radiocarbon measurements in a century-old European beech tree (Fagus sylvatica) from coastal northeastern North America?, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS, vol. 456, pp. 264-270, 2019

N.S. Khan, Vane, C. H., Engelhart, S. E., Kendrick, C., and Horton, B. P., ?The application of delta C-13, TOC and C/N geochemistry of mangrove sediments to reconstruct Holocene paleoenvironments and relative sea levels, Puerto Rico?, MARINE GEOLOGY, vol. 415, p. 105963, 2019

I. Gledhill, ?Baobabs in Trouble: Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Provides Ages of the Most Ancient Trees?, The African Physics Newletter, 2019

S.J. Hurley, Close, H. G., Elling, F. J., Jasper, C. E., Gospodinova, K., McNichol, A. P., and Pearson, A., ?CO2-dependent carbon isotope fractionation in Archaea, Part II: The marine water column?, GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA, vol. 261, pp. 383-395, 2019

R.S. Vachula, Huang, Y., Longo, W. M., Dee, S. G., Daniels, W. C., and Russell, J. M., ?Evidence of Ice Age humans in eastern Beringia suggests early migration to North America?, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 205, pp. 35 - 44, 2019

Y. Axford, Lasher, G. E., Kelly, M. A., Osterberg, E. C., Landis, J., Schellinger, G. C., Pfeiffer, A., Thompson, E., and Francis, D. R., ?Holocene temperature history of northwest Greenland - With new ice cap constraints and chironomid assemblages from Deltaso?, QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, vol. 215, pp. 160-172, 2019