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A-1: Earth’s dynamic climate

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
A1.01 14-CO in Glacial Ice from Law Dome, Antarctica as a Tracer of Changes in Atmospheric OH Abundance from 1870 AD to Present Andrew Smith
A1.02 Age Offsets between Radiocarbon Sample Materials, and Sedimentation Rate Based Holocene Sea-level Change Captured in Ocean Sediment Cores from Ube City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan Evan Tam
A1.03 AMS RADIOCARBON INVESTIGATION OF THE LARGE AFRICAN BAOBABS OF OUTAPI, NAMIBIA Adrian Patrut
A1.04 Anthropogenic iodine-129 depositions at the Sea of Japan and Pacific sides of the Japanese archipelago, during 2017-2018 Tetsuya Matsunaka
A1.05 Speleothem 14C is unlikely to be impacted by wildfire – case studies from Western Australia and Tasmania Micheline Campbell
A1.06 Establishing robust chronologies for two young stalagmites from the tropical south Pacific using radiocarbon Mohammadali Faraji
A1.07 Evaluation of uranium-thorium dating and radiocarbon measurement potentials using marine mollusks Shoko Hirabayashi
A1.08 Radiocarbon-based carbon source apportionment of black carbon and organic carbon in carbonaceous aerosols in Asian outflow Masao Uchida
A1.09 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Curating re-calibrated radiocarbon proxies refine Holocene sea-level curve for crucial far-field region Hayden Golding
A1.10 Regional dependence of Be-10 and Cl-36 variations in rainwater at the Sea of Japan and Pacific sides of Japan Masumi Matsumura
A1.11 Spatial variations of ¹⁰Be in surface snow along the inland traverse route of Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition Kazuho Horiuchi
A1.12 Speleothem 14C is unlikely to be impacted by wildfire – case studies from Western Australia and Tasmania. Micheline Campbell
A1.13 Surface distribution of iodine-129 in the southwestern Okhotsk Sea in 2018 Tetsuya Matsunaka
A1.14 The potential of using in situ cosmogenic 14CO in ice cores at Dome C to examine the assumption of a constant galactic cosmic ray flux Andrew Smith
A1.15 Using in-situ cosmogenic 36Cl exposure dating of glacial erratics to establish a retreat chronology of the Iller Piedmont Glacier (Southern Germany) Dominic Hildebrandt
A1.16 Unraveling the process of aerosols secondary formation and dissipation based on cosmogenic beryllium-7 and beryllium-10 Xu-Ke Liu

A-2: Water resource sustainability

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
A2.01 A reinvestigation of lagoon specific local marine reservoir effects in Tongatapu, the Kingdom of Tonga, over the last 3000 years Naoto Fukuyo
A2.02 Groundwater flow system in the Kamikita Plain, Japan, inferred from geochemical tracers including ³⁶Cl Yuki Tosaki

A-3: Living landscapes

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
A3.01 10Be analysis of the rock samples from the lake terrace of a high-altitude lake (Pumoyum Co, south Tibetan Plateau) Fumiko Nara
A3.02 36Cl and 10Be production rate calibrations in the Pleistocene Ardèche lava flows (eastern edge of the Massif Central, France) Régis Braucher
A3.03 Ages of Pleistocene marine terraces in the south coast of Japan using in situ cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al Yusuke Yokoyama
A3.04 Bomb-pulse radiocarbon dating as a method for verifying atmospheric CO2 uptake during carbonate precipitation Kari Finstad
A3.05 Discordant 26Al/10Be ratios as an indicator of bedrock plucking: case studies from northern Australia Toshiyuki Fujioka
A3.06 Radiocarbon age offsets of plant and shell in the Holocene sediments from the central part of Sanriku coast, Northeast Japan Wan Hong
A3.07 Rapid carbon accumulation in soil rapidly forming in the Southern Alps of New Zealand Eron Raines
A3.08 Small scale wetland based sedimentary environmental change during the Holocene on the Konsen Plateau, eastern Hokkaido, Japan based on TOC and flowcytometry-pollen radiocarbon dating Ren Tsuneoka
A3.09 Testing the potential of Serpulidae tubes as an indicator of past relative sea level at higher latitude coast using shored wave dissipating blocks along the northern Pacific coast of Japan Kai Leggett
A3.10 Utilizing meteoric 10Be to define the mobile-stable regolith boundary within unconsolidated sediment Nicholas Patton

A-4: Catastrophic natural events

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
A4.01 14C dating correction method for tectonically active complex deep marine environments at cold seep vents off Eastern Japan: Seawater DIC acquisition by Calpyptogena sp. bivalves Kazuhiro Yagasaki
A4.02 A revised age estimate for the mid-Holocene eruption of Mount Hudson (H2) using a high-resolution radiocarbon chronology Panayiotis Panaretos
A4.03 Holocene activity of the strike-slip faults revealed by sediment cores and ground penetrating radar profiling, the northern area of the Izu Peninsula, central Japan Haruo Kimura
A4.04 Radiocarbon ages and tsunami deposits in laminated mud layers from the Lake Harutori, Pacific coast of Hokkaido, Northeast Japan Toshimichi Nakanishi

A-6: Challenges of the nuclear age

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
A6.01 AMS measurements of C-14, Cl-36, and Pu-239/240 samples taken in a small facility Marco Michel
A6.02 Characterisation of Reactor Graphite with Ion Beam Techniques Martina Gwozdz
A6.03 Chlorine-36 and Iodine-129 Inventories in Difficult-to-return Zone in Fukushima Prof Keisuke Sueki
A6.04 Chlorine-36 deposition at Tsukuba, Japan, after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident Kimikazu Sasa
A6.05 Determination of I-129/I-131 in surface soils related to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident Kimikazu Sasa
A6.06 First evidence of plutonium and uranium fallout on a Southern Ocean Island (Macquarie Island, 54°S, 158°E) Krystyna Saunders
A6.07 Forensic research on the year of birth by human teeth sequential sampling in the range of 14C peak Xiaohong Wu
A6.08 Preparation and Characterization of a Charcoal Reference Material for the Determination of Atmospheric Iodine Jacob Brookhart
A6.09 Proof of suitability of Ca-41 as a reference isotope for the characterization of reactor concrete Richard Spanier
A6.10 Sources and reserves of artificial radionuclides (237Np, 239,240Pu, 241Am) in soils of Changbai Mountain Yongjing Guan
A6.11 Traces of the Fukushima accident pollution on India and the Arabic Sea Alexandru Razvan Petre
A6.12 Ultratrace determination of 99Tc in the seawater by low energy AMS Mosammat Khan

A-7: Understanding the human story

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
A7.01 Influence of the radiocarbon calibration curves on the chronology of Inca Andrzej Rakowski
A7.02 Mortar dating: A new procedure in the Zagreb Radiocarbon Laboratory Andreja Sironić
A7.03 Precise radiocarbon dating using Miyake event Andrzej Rakowski
A7.04 Radiocarbon dating of historical iron products with accelerator mass spectrometry Toshio Nakamura
A7.05 Single-year radiocarbon dating of Japanese tree rings of the 9-10th century including the 946CE eruption of the Baitoushan Volcano. Minoru Sakamoto

A-8: Understanding the cosmos

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
A8.01 Radio-impurity measurements for a Dark Matter Sodium Iodide Detector Ferdos Dastgiri
A8.02 The Initial Exploration for 26Al Chronology in Ferromanganese Crust Kejun Dong
A8.03 Using 14C of tree rings to study CO2 emissions from fossil sources in Beijing Qingzhang Zhao
Ming He

T-1: Novel AMS systems, components and techniques

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
T1.01 A compact ECR ion source using a 2.45 GHz solid-state microwave generator for generating carbon ion beam Hiroyuki Kitagaawa
T1.02 A simple gas ionization chamber design for low energy ions measurements. Hongtao Shen
T1.03 Integration of Absolute Cathode Position Encoding and Digital Indexing Control for use with MCSNICS Ion Sources Thomas Donoclift
T1.04 Isobaric Molecules Suppression by a Surface Stripper for the AMS System with Ion Energy below 50 keV: A Numerical Study Akihiro Matsubara
T1.05 Optimization of the LLNL/CAMS gas-accepting ion source and 1 MV compact AMS for natural abundance radiocarbon analysis. Taylor Broek
T1.06 Project for Development of a Downsized AMS System based on the Surface Stripper Technique Natsuko Fujita
T1.07 Universal Interface for Online Measurements of 13C and 14C Concentrations in CO2 Melina Wertnik

T-2: Suppression of isobars and other interferences

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
T2.01 A method for background correction in 10Be detection: evaluation of indirect isobaric interference by 7Be generated at the entrance window of a gas counter Yuki Matsushi
T2.02 Chemical removal of sulphur from AgCl and AgBr for 36Cl measurements at ANSTO Krista Simon
T2.03 Current dependency of isotope ratio measurements at the Trondheim 1 MV AMS Martin Seiler
T2.04 Investigation of target materials for low energy accelerator mass spectrometry of 26Al Kejun Dong
T2.05 Investigation of the beam trajectory and beam profile development in the 135° gas-filled magnet at the AMS device for medium mass isotopes at the Cologne University Susan Herb
T2.06 Progress of laser photo detachment experiment at MALT Yasuto Miyake

T-3: Ion sourcery

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
T3.01 Matrix-assisted production of actinide molecular anions for AMS Barbara Francisco
T3.02 Potential ways to increase C- from CO2-fed sputter ion sources John Vogel
T3.03 Pulsed operation of a SNICS ion source – ionization efficiency and ion output Dr Martin Martschini

T-4: New AMS isotopes

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
T4.01 Developing the measurement method of Sr-90 using AMS Ming He
T4.02 Measurement of plutonium in surface corals by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Yongjing Guan
T4.03 Sm-146 – Feasibility studies to re-date the chronology of the Early Solar System Stefan Pavetich
T4.04 Status report on AMS Measurements of Plutonium Isotopes using the 1MV Tandetron Accelerator at IFIN-HH Doru Gheorghe Pacesila

T-5: Advances in sample preparation

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
T5.01 129I in sediment cores from the Celtic Sea by AMS through a microwave digestion process Victoria Lérida-Toro
T5.02 A new UV-Oxidation set up for AMS radiocarbon analysis of small dissolved organic carbon in marine and freshwater samples Negar Haghipour
T5.03 A sample preparation system for Tritium and Radiocarbon at the GXNU Laboratory Hongtao Shen
T5.04 A UV-SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC APPROACH TO QUANTIFYING IODINE IN ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES FOR AMS STUDIES G. S. Burr
T5.05 ANSTO Radiocarbon Laboratory: developments to meet the needs of our community Fiona Bertuch
T5.06 Atmospheric deposition of 10Be in Altzomoni rain. Carmen Grisel Méndez García
T5.07 Cleaning efficiency of cellulose pre-treatment of modern trees Helene Svarva
T5.09 Combustion and reduction method of methane gas sample for radiocarbon measurement using an automatic reduction system Kilho Sung
T5.10 Effect of conservation on radiocarbon ages of wood Irka Hajdas
T5.11 Exploration of Beryllium Calcination Condition for the High-Resolution 10Be Analysis of Cosmic Ray Events Fusa Miyake
T5.12 First status report on 10Be and 26Al sample preparation techniques at the IHEG, CAGS AMS laboratory (Xiamen, China) Hui Zhang
T5.13 Improvement in analysis of dissolved organic radiocarbon in seawater: Evaluation method of accuracy Shigeyoshi Otosaka
T5.14 Initial results from a new, fully automated in situ cosmogenic 14C extraction, purification, and graphitization system at PRIME Lab Nathaniel Lifton
T5.15 Niobium and Rhenium: Improved Binders for AMS Thomas Woodruff
T5.16 Optimization of sample preparation method for 10Be AMS measurement Chaolu Yi
T5.17 Performance of Micro graphitization versus Gas Ion Source on the EnvironMICADAS at HEKAL Laboratory Mihály Molnár
T5.18 Preparing wood samples: when you´re on the woodway trying to find a unique preparation method Susanne Lindauer
T5.19 Quality assurance and control data for cosmogenic Be-10 sample preparation in the CosmIC laboratory at Imperial College London Dylan Rood
T5.20 Re-treatment of Cervus elaphus bone material in Gliwice Radiocarbon Laboratory using ultrafiltration Fatima Pawełczyk
T5.21 Review of water DIC-14 analyses at HEKAL via a case study: sampling-storage-preparation Anita Molnár
T5.22 Sample processing improvements for actinide analysis in low level samples David Child
T5.23 Significant loss of Be-10 from quartz previously treated for in-situ C-14 extraction Marcus Christl
T5.24 μGraphiline, fully automated graphitization line Andrzej Rakowski

T-6: Data quality and management

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
T6.01 A Comparison of 14C/12C Data Quality Measured via Gas and Graphite Targets from an “off the shelf” MICADAS-AMS Jennifer Walker
T6.02 An analysis of a decade of radiocarbon secondary-standard AMS with two spectrometers Stewart Freeman
T6.03 MAG-C63: a tree-ring standard for AD 1586 Alex Bayliss
T6.04 The design of the new radiocarbon intercomparison, GIRI Marian scott

T-7: Facility Reports

POSTER # TITLE PRESENTER
T7.01 A new AMS facility MILEA at the Nuclear Physics Institute in Řež, Czech Republic Jan Kučera
T7.02 A new cosmogenic nuclide dating laboratory in CENIEH, Spain Toshiyuki Fujioka
T7.03 Accelerator Mass Spectrometry at Purdue University PRIME Lab Marc Caffee
T7.04 Actinides AMS Sample Processing Capability at ANSTO – A tour by poster David Child
T7.05 ANU SSAMS Update 2021 Stewart Fallon
T7.06 ASTER report status and upgrades. Régis Braucher
T7.07 Efficient radiocarbon measurements on marine and terrestrial samples with a single stage Accelerator Mass Spectrometry at the Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo Yusuke Yokoyama
T7.09 Facility Report : ANSTO’s 6 MV NEC SIRIUS accelerator – an update since AMS 14 Ottawa. David Fink
T7.10 Improvements for ultra-microscale radiocarbon measurements at NIES-TERRA Masao Uchida
T7.11 Introduction of Interactive Remote Monitoring at SUERC Brian Tripney
T7.12 LEMA FACILITY IN THE DETERMINATION OF METEORIC 10Be Carmen Grisel Méndez García
T7.13 Performance for Low Energy AMS measurement of 10Be at Tianjin University Kejun Dong
T7.14 Present status of the YU-AMS system and its operation over the past 10 years Mirei Takeyama
T7.15 Real-world long-term performance of the MICADAS-type AMS system at CEZA Ronny Friedrich
T7.16 Status report of JAEA-AMS-TONO: research and technical development in the last four years Yoko Saito-Kokubu
T7.17 Status report of the Radiocarbon and Mass Spectrometry Laboratory in Gliwice, Poland Natalia Piotrowska
T7.18 Status report of the Tsukuba 6 MV multi-nuclide AMS system: Progress in iodine-129 AMS Masumi Matsumura
T7.19 Status report on Laboratory of Radiocarbon Dating, The University Museum, The University of Tokyo, Japan Takayuki Omori
T7.20 The new 300 kV multi-nuclide AMS system at the Tono Geoscience Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency Natsuko Fujita
T7.21 The status report on MALT-AMS system and application studies Hiroyuki Matsuzaki
T7.22 Update on 129I, 26Al and 10Be AMS at KIST John A Eliades
T7.23 Where the Wear is: Some Maintenance to Consider from the KIST 6 MV HVE Europa AMS System John A Eliades
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