Post-Doctoral Research Associate, SUERC Radiocarbon Laboratory
Telephone: 01355 270132
The application of natural (uranium series) and anthropogenic (14C and 137Cs) radionuclides as tracers of geochemical processes:
- The distribution, geochemistry and fate of 14C in coastal UK water and biota.
- Radiocarbon dating of archaeological and environmental samples.
- Dynamics of marine particle resuspension, scavenging and removal processes using 234Th/238U disequilibrium.
- Uranium geochemistry in coastal environments.
- The application of 210Pb and 137Cs in determining sediment chronologies, accumulation rates and mixing processes.
Environmental radioactivity and oceanography.
- Muir, G. K. P., Pates J. M., Karageorgis A. P. and Kaberi E. (2004). 234Th/238U disequilibrium as an indicator of sediment resuspension in the Thermaikos Gulf, north-west Aegean Sea. Continental Shelf Research (in press)
- Karageorgis, A., Kaberi E., Price N. B., Muir G. K. P., Pates J. M. and Lykousis V. (2004). Chemical Composition of short-core sediments from the Thermaikos Gulf (Eastern Mediterranean). Trawling and winnowing effects. Continental Shelf Research. (in press)