Professor Stewart Freeman
- Professor (Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre)
Accelerator micro-analysis in general and accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) in particular.
AMS at the low-ion-energy limit, including alternative positive-ion AMS.
Cosmogenic-radionuclide environment dating.
Biomedical applications of cosmogenic or anthropogenic long-lived radionuclides.
Environmental radioactivity in general including Fukushima and Chernobyl release assessments.
TRansfer - Exposure - Effects (TREE): Integrating the science needed to underpin radioactivity assessments for humans and wildlife. NERC RATE grant. 3% of £2.5M, 2013-2018.
BRITICE-CHRONO (British-Irish Ice Sheet reconstruction). NERC consortium grant. 6% of £2.7M, 2012-2017.
Earthquake hazard from 36Cl exposure dating of elapsed time and Coulomb stress transfer. NERC standard grant. 15% of £709k, 2012-2015.
A new approach to West Antarctic Ice Sheet evolution using blue-ice moraines on nunataks. NERC standard grant. 16% of £558k, 2012-2015.
Thinning history of the Foundation-Thiel Trough Ice Stream: a key control on deglaciation of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, Weddell Sea embayment. NERC Antarctic Funding Initiative grant. 15% of £394k, 2009-2013.
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