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Academic Report on 2017-7-29: Novel Application of Short-lived Radionuclides (210Po/210Pb and 7Be) as Tracer and Chronometer in the Study of Western Arctic Ice/Snow Dynamics
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Academic Report on 2017-7-29: Novel Application of Short-lived Radionuclides   (210Po/210Pb and 7Be) as Tracer and Chronometer in the Study of Western Arctic Ice/Snow Dynamics

 

Subject: Novel Application of Short-lived Radionuclides   (210Po/210Pb and 7Be) as Tracer and Chronometer in the Study of Western Arctic Ice/Snow Dynamics

ReporterMark Baskaran

Time15:00, July, 29th, 2017

VenueRoom  1102

 

Brief Introduction

 

Dr. Mark Baskaran is a tenured Full Professor in the Department of Geology at Wayne State University. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from Physical Research Laboratory in 1985.  After his eleven year career as a teacher and researcher in Texas, he joined Wayne State University where he became a tenured Full Professor in 2007. He is the chairman of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) “Devendra Lal Memorial Medal”  awards committee. He has been engaged in isotope geochemistry for a long time, and has published over 130 peer-reviewed articles. He edited a two-volume Handbook entitled “Handbook of Environmental Isotope Geochemistry” in 2011, published by Springer, which mainly introduced the Isotope Geochemical Behavior and Test Analysis Techniques Related to Earth's Environmental Processes.

Prof. Mark Baskaran has given invited and plenary talks/seminars at over sixty national/international conferences, workshops, universities and research institutions around the world. His research works were funded by several funding agencies in the U.S., include the National Science Foundation(NSF), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the Department of Energy (DOE). And he has served as a Chief Scientist in six major oceanographic expeditions in the Gulf of Mexico and Arctic Ocean.

His research area is mainly about short-lived radionuclides, dating of sediments, distribution of 210Po and 210Pb for particle cycling, Investigations of sea ice, ice-rafted sediments and Radium, radon as exchange tracers in freshwater systems.

 

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