Upon the foregoing papers and for the reasons set forth below, the motion by respondent H. Petitioner T. In , the father commenced a divorce action in Supreme Court, Erie County. The mother did not move to vacate her default, and neither party appealed the Divorce Judgment. This child support proceeding involves three petitions, to wit: 1 the mother’s main petition, filed on May 15, , to enforce the FOS; 2 the father’s petition, filed on September 21, , for a downward modification of his support obligation based upon a change in circumstances; and 3 the mother’s petition, filed on December 9, , for an upward modification of the FOS. After five years of litigation, including several motions, this matter is now ready to be set down for trial. The sole issue to be tried before this Court is whether, during the period from May 28, to September 21, , the mother actively interfered with the father’s visitation rights such that the father’s child support obligation should be suspended.
The determination of fault slip-rate relies on quantitative characterization of late-Quaternary ka deformation, with the need of accurate dating of geomorphological surfaces affected by the fault motion over multiple earthquake cycles. However, large epistemic uncertainties in dating alluvial surfaces with Optically Stimulated Luminescence OSL and Terrestrial Cosmogenic Nuclides TCN methods severely limit discussions and preclude our ability to understand behavior of active faults.
In this project, we propose to develop complementary approaches to accurately date late-Quaternary morphological surfaces through an exhaustive, detailed and unique direct comparison of both dating methods, a strategy that would then lead to major improvements in our understanding of the respective physical processes associated to these dating methods.
Ma) based on thermochronology results from Antinao et al. (in prep) and tenuous terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide (TCN) burial dating by Veloza ( + /.
Official websites use. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites. By: Michael N. We have used terrestrial cosmogenic nuclides TCN to establish the age of some of the most extensive Quaternary alluvial fans in Death Valley, California. These intermediate-age alluvial fans are most extensive on the western side of the valley, where tectonic deformation is considerably less pronounced than on the eastern side of the valley.
These fans are characterized by a relatively smooth, densely packed desert pavement formed by well-varnished blackened clasts.
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The TCN dating based glacial history model indicate that the dated boulders were affected by 2–3 glacial transportation events. The exposure.
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Angel, Isandra; Audemard M. This paper contributes with 24 exposure ages of glacial landforms sampled in the Gavidia valley. Exposure ages were obtained based on terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide 10 Be dating.
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Surface exposure dating is a collection of geochronological techniques for estimating the length of time that a rock has been exposed at or near Earth’s surface. Surface exposure dating is used to date glacial advances and retreats , erosion history, lava flows, meteorite impacts, rock slides, fault scarps , cave development, and other geological events. It is most useful for rocks which have been exposed for between 10 years and 30,, years [ citation needed ].
The most common of these dating techniques is Cosmogenic radionuclide dating [ citation needed ]. Earth is constantly bombarded with primary cosmic rays , high energy charged particles — mostly protons and alpha particles. These particles interact with atoms in atmospheric gases, producing a cascade of secondary particles that may in turn interact and reduce their energies in many reactions as they pass through the atmosphere.
This cascade includes a small fraction of hadrons, including neutrons. In rock and other materials of similar density, most of the cosmic ray flux is absorbed within the first meter of exposed material in reactions that produce new isotopes called cosmogenic nuclides. At Earth’s surface most of these nuclides are produced by neutron spallation.
Using certain cosmogenic radionuclides , scientists can date how long a particular surface has been exposed, how long a certain piece of material has been buried, or how quickly a location or drainage basin is eroding. The cumulative flux of cosmic rays at a particular location can be affected by several factors, including elevation, geomagnetic latitude, the varying intensity of the Earth’s magnetic field , solar winds, and atmospheric shielding due to air pressure variations.
Rates of nuclide production must be estimated in order to date a rock sample. These rates are usually estimated empirically by comparing the concentration of nuclides produced in samples whose ages have been dated by other means, such as radiocarbon dating , thermoluminescence , or optically stimulated luminescence. The excess relative to natural abundance of cosmogenic nuclides in a rock sample is usually measured by means of accelerator mass spectrometry.
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