Dr Quan Hua
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Tagged with Radiocarbon, climate
|Quan Hua is a Senior Research Scientist at ANSTO with 15 years experience in radiocarbon dating and its application. He is leader of "Atmospheric and oceanic radiocarbon systems"
|Task within the Isotopes in Climate Change and Atmospheric Systems (ICCAS) project, which studies atmospheric and oceanic radiocarbon systems and their linkage to climate change during the past 50,000 years.
|The Task has been operated in collaboration with scientists across many Australian universities (Univ. Sydney, Queensland, Wollongong, James Cook, Melbourne, Newcastle, Tasmania and ANU), and overseas universities and research institutes
|(Univ. Birmingham and London, UK; South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; Nagoya and Tokyo Univ., Japan).
|He has also contributed to developing the capability in preparing ultra-small radiocarbon samples for AMS analysis.
|Institute for Environmental Research Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation New Illawarra Road Lucas Heights NSW 2232
- Atmospheric carbon-14 during the early Younger Dryas derived from tree rings
- Atmospheric radiocarbon in Thailand and Tasmania (Australia) during the Little Ice Age
- Bomb radiocarbon in corals from the Cocos (Keeling) Islands
- Determination of radiocarbon marine reservoir correction for the Cocos (Keeling) islands, Indian Ocean
- Pre-bomb radiocarbon in annual tree rings from Thailand
- Study of Bomb Radiocarbon in Tree Rings from Northern New South Wales, Australia
- Study of Bomb Radiocarbon in annual tree rings from Thailand and Australia
- Zonal, hemispheric and global data sets of tropospheric bomb 14C
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