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Sediment studies may also be supplemented with determinations of e.
Method Decay of uranium in the earth's crust releases the gas radon. In the water phase Pb is adsorbed to particulate matter and together they are deposited in the sediment.
The result of the dating is delivered in the form of a report stating the age of the sediment, the rate of sedimentation, the mixing depth and the mixing intensity.
In addition, the results of the sensitivity analysis are reported.
The CRS model assumes that the supply of Pbex to the accreting material is constant in time Appleby and Olfield,the initial Pb concentration in the sediments is variable, and the influx rate of sediment is variable Goldberg, and Appleby and Oldfield, CS model and the Pbex concentration follows an exponential decrease with mass depth Mabit et al.
This dating method covers the past period of years due to the half-life of about 22 years.The Po isotopes are electroplated onto silver disks.The sediment samples must remain totally undisturbed during sampling to obtain the best possible dating.The validation of chronology based on Pb dating models for the second half of the 20th century is often achieved by the use of artificial fallout radionuclides e.
The aim of the present study was, firstly, to compare two nuclear analytical techniques for Pb analysis in sediment samples using LSC and gamma-ray spectrometer with well type HPGE detector and, secondly, to perform Pb dating of sediment cores attributed to two lakes located in the Baltic Uplands.Scope of application Dating of sediment is used to calculate sedimentation rate and accumulation rates for different substances.