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All abstracts by Paul Bierman in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Lead in Water and Soil: Education and Assessment Involving Vermont Middle and High School Students
Perdrial NP, Walser S, Massey C & Bierman P

(2020) Camp Century Basal Sediment Revisited: A Multi-Parameter Geochemical Analysis, Northwest Greenland
Christ A, Perdrial N, Bierman P, Hughes J, Knutz P, Thomsen T, Hemming S, Fosdick J, Dahl-Jensen D & Steffensen J

(2019) First Chemical and Isotopic Denudation Rate Estimates for Central Cuban Drainage Basins
Bierman P, Schmidt A, Yvelice Sibello Hernández R, Campbell M, Alejandro Cartas AGUILA4 H, Bolaños Alvarez Y, Guillén Arruebarrena A, Dethier D, Dix M, Massey-Bierman M, García Moya A, Perdrial J, Racela J, Corbett L & Alonso-Hernández C

(2018) Eight Million Years of Polar Ice Sheet Variations from Cosmogenic Nuclides in Marine Sediments
Shakun J, Bierman P, Corbett L, Underwood K, Rizzo D, Zimmerman S, Caffee M, Naish T, Golledge N & Hay C

(2006) More than Rates or Dates: the Power of Amalgamation when Tracing Landscape-scale Processes with 10Be
Bierman P, Nichols K, Jungers M, Larsen J & Finkel R

(2005) Grain Size Dependency of <+>10<$>Be Concentrations in Alluvial Sediments in the Great Smoky Mountains
Matmon A, Bierman P, Larsen J, Southworth S, Pavich M, Finkel R & Caffee M

(2003) Testing Cosmogenic Nuclide Production Rate Scaling Models Using in situ Cosmogenic 14C from Surfaces at Secular Equilibrium
Lifton N, Pigati J, Jull A, Quade J, Bierman P & Kober F

(2002) Tracking Landscape-Scale Sediment Generation and Transport Using in situ Produced 10-Be and 26-Al
Bierman P, Nichols K, Clapp E, Matmon A, Caffee M & Finkle R

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