Quaternary Geochronology

(The TQCC of Quaternary Geochronology is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Change is the only constant - time-dependent dose rates in luminescence dating34
Challenges and limitations of the 210Pb sediment dating method: Results from an IAEA modelling interlaboratory comparison exercise27
Radiocarbon analysis confirms annual periodicity in Cedrela odorata tree rings from the equatorial Amazon19
Empirical assessment of beta dose heterogeneity in sediments: Implications for luminescence dating18
Comparing classical and Bayesian 210Pb dating models in human-impacted aquatic environments17
The Saksunarvatn Ash and the G10ka series tephra. Review and current state of knowledge16
Comparison of single-aliquot and single-grain MET-pIRIR De results for potassium feldspar samples from the Nihewan Basin, northen China16
Exploring complexity in luminescence dating of quartz and feldspars at the Middle Stone Age site of Mwulu's cave (Limpopo, South Africa)15
The deficiency of organic matter 14C dating in Chinese Loess-paleosol sample15
Marine reservoir corrections for the Caribbean demonstrate high intra- and inter-island variability in local reservoir offsets14
Establishing standardised growth curves (SGCs) for OSL signals from individual grains of quartz: A continental-scale case study13
The first radiometric age by isochron 26Al/10Be burial dating for the Early Pleistocene Yuanmou hominin site, southern China12
Infrared radiofluorescence (IR-RF) dating: A review12
Application of multiple dating techniques to the Holocene sediments of Angrenjin Co in the southern Tibetan Plateau12
Glass shard K-Ar dating of the Chalupas caldera major eruption: Main Pleistocene stratigraphic marker of the Ecuadorian volcanic arc11
Testing the upper limit of luminescence dating based on standardised growth curves for MET-pIRIR signals of K-feldspar grains from northern China11
A tool for the ages: The Probabilistic Cosmogenic Age Analysis Tool (P-CAAT)11
Multimodal-TERESA, a 210Pb-based radiometric dating model for recent sediments under largely varying rates of supply11
Combined unsteady denudation and climatic gradient factors constrain carbonate landscape evolution: New insights from in situ cosmogenic 36Cl11
Circumvention of anomalous fading in feldspar luminescence dating using Post-Isothermal IRSL11
The first Holocene varve chronology for the UK: Based on the integration of varve counting, radiocarbon dating and tephrostratigraphy from Diss Mere (UK)11
Chronostratigraphy of a 1.5±0.1 Ma composite sedimentary record from Colônia basin (SE Brazil): Bayesian modeling based on paleomagnetic, authigenic 10Be/9Be, radiocarbon and luminescence dating10
Spatial differences in the luminescence sensitivity of quartz extracted from Carpathian Basin fluvial sediments10
Examining sediment infill dynamics at Naracoorte cave megafauna sites using multiple luminescence dating signals10
Fine-tuning of 210Pb-based methods for dating vegetated saltmarsh sediments10
New chronological constraints for the lowermost stratigraphic unit of Atapuerca Gran Dolina (Burgos, N Spain)10
Holocene volcanic activity in Anjouan Island (Comoros archipelago) revealed by new Cassignol-Gillot groundmass K–Ar and 14C ages9
The last glaciation in the headwater area of the Xiaokelanhe River, Chinese Altai: Evidence from 10Be exposure-ages9
Do Bayesian methods lead to more precise chronologies? ‘BayLum’ and a first OSL-based chronology for the Palaeolithic open-air site of Mirak (Iran)9
Age comparison by luminescence using quartz and feldspar on core HPQK01 from the Pearl River delta in China9
Validation of the LnTn method for De determination in optical dating of K-feldspar and quartz9
Rock surface IRSL dating of buried cobbles from an alpine dry-stone structure in Val di Sole, Italy8
Downcore variations of carbon reservoir ages linked to lake level changes in northwest China8
The effect of residual signal on dose measurements using MET-pIRIR signals from K-feldspar8
Natural and laboratory dose response curves of quartz violet stimulated luminescence (VSL): Exploring the multiple aliquot regenerative dose (MAR) protocol8
Dendrogeomorphic dating vs. low-magnitude landsliding8
Beta dose heterogeneity in sediment samples measured using a Timepix pixelated detector and its implications for optical dating of individual mineral grains8
Modelling heterogeneously bleached single-grain equivalent dose distributions: Implications for the reliability of burial dose determination8
Cross-comparison of last glacial radiocarbon and OSL ages using periglacial fan deposits8
U–Th disequilibrium, (U–Th)/He and 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of distal Nisyros Kyra tephra deposits on Datça peninsula (SW Anatolia)7
OSL and radiocarbon dating of a core from the Bohai Sea in China and implication for Late Quaternary transgression pattern7
Extending the age limit of quartz OSL dating of Chinese loess using a new multiple-aliquot regenerative-dose (MAR) protocol with carefully selected preheat conditions7
Refined dating using palaeomagnetic secular variations on a lake sediment core from Guozha Co, northwestern Tibetan Plateau7
Permafrost-related hiatuses in stalagmites: Evaluating the potential for reconstruction of carbon cycle dynamics7
Timing of Holocene lake highstands around Dawa Co in inner Tibetan Plateau: Comparison of quartz and feldspar luminescence dating with radiocarbon age7
Sequence modeling in zircon double-dating of early Holocene Mt. Erciyes domes (Central Anatolia)7
Corrigendum to “CRONUS-Earth cosmogenic 36Cl calibration”[Quat. Geochronol. 31 (2016) 199–219]7
Impact of hydrological conditions on the radiocarbon reservoir effect in lake sediment 14C dating: the case of Kusai Lake on the northern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau7
Loess deposits in southern Tajikistan (Central Asia): Magnetic properties and paleoclimate7
Sediment dating using Infrared Photoluminescence7
Luminescence characteristics of Scandinavian quartz, their connection to bedrock provenance and influence on dating results7
ESR and OSL dating of fossil-bearing deposits from Naracoorte Cave Complex palaeontological sites, south Australia7
The build-up of the laboratory-generated dose-response curve and underestimation of equivalent dose for quartz OSL in the high dose region: A critical modelling study7
Chronostratigraphy, depositional patterns and climatic imprints in Lake Acigöl (SW Anatolia) during the Quaternary6
Spatial dendrogeomorphic sampling based on the specific tree growth responses induced by the landslide mechanism6
Extending the range of optically stimulated luminescence dating using vein-quartz and quartzite sedimentary pebbles6
An exploration of the utility of speleothem age distributions for palaeoclimate assessment6
Composite grains from volcanic terranes: Internal dose rates of supposed ‘potassium-rich’ feldspar grains used for optical dating at Liang Bua, Indonesia6
Reassessing the timeframe of Upper Palaeolithic deposits in the Ceahlău Basin (Eastern Carpathians, Romania): Geochronological and archaeological implications6
Diversification of landslide areas as a means for reducing noise in dendrogeomorphic dating6
Implications for rock art dating from the Lower Pecos Canyonlands, TX: A review6
A multi-method dating approach to reassess the geochronology of faulted Quaternary deposits in the central sector of the Iberian Chain (NE Spain)6
Dating basal peat: The geochronology of peat initiation revisited6
Luminescence dating of the late Quaternary sediments in Hangzhou Bay, China6
U-series dating of carbonate accretions reveals late Neolithic age for the rock paintings in Cangyuan, southwestern China6
Relative paleointensity correction of radiocarbon reservoir effect for lacustrine sediments on the northeast Tibetan Plateau5
A comparison of multiple luminescence chronometers at Voordrag, South Africa5
The use of carbon isotopes (13C,14C) in different soil types and vegetation coverage in a montane atlantic forest region, Southeast Brazil5
Rapid in situ assessment of luminescence-bleaching depths for deriving burial and exposure chronologies of rock surfaces5
Precise dating of middle to late Villafranchian mammalian paleofaunae from the Upper Allier River valley (French Massif Central) using U–Pb geochronology on volcanic zircons5
Investigating the applicability of a standardised growth curve approach on Middle Pleistocene sediments from northern Switzerland5
Bayesian analysis of De distributions in optical dating: Towards a robust method for dealing with outliers5
Luminescence dating of cobbles from Pleistocene fluvial terrace deposits of the Ara River, Japan5
Radiocarbon dating distal tephra from the Early Bronze Age Avellino eruption (EU-5) in the coastal basins of southern Lazio (Italy): Uncertainties, results, and implications for dating distal tephra5
Environmental radioactivity in a sediment core from Algiers Bay: Radioecological assessment, radiometric dating and pollution records5
Testing quartz and feldspar luminescence dating to determine earthquake and tsunami recurrence in the area of the giant 1960 Chile earthquake5
The suitability of a low temperature post-IR IRSL signal for dating alluvial and colluvial “cut and fill” sequences in the Great Karoo, South Africa5
Regional chronostratigraphy in the eastern Lesser Antilles quaternary fore-arc and accretionary wedge sediments: Relative paleointensity, oxygen isotopes and reversals5
Quartz OSL and TL dating of pottery, burnt clay, and sediment from Beicun archaeological site, China5
Characteristics of a relative paleointensity record from loess deposits in arid central Asia and chronological implications5