Her main research concerns Mineralogy, Quartz, Thermoluminescence dating, Luminescence and Optically stimulated luminescence. In her papers, Ann G. Wintle integrates diverse fields, such as Mineralogy and Materials science. Ann G. Wintle studies Optical dating, a branch of Quartz.
Later Stone Age, Cave and Sea level is closely connected to Geochemistry in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Thermoluminescence dating. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Luminescence, Atomic physics are connected with Thermal quenching and other disciplines. Her Optically stimulated luminescence research includes elements of Palaeochannel, Sedimentary rock and Loess.
Ann G. Wintle mainly investigates Mineralogy, Quartz, Thermoluminescence dating, Optically stimulated luminescence and Luminescence. In her study, Ann G. Wintle carries out multidisciplinary Mineralogy and Materials science research. Her Quartz study which covers Analytical chemistry that intersects with Blue light.
Her work in Thermoluminescence dating tackles topics such as Geochemistry which are related to areas like Geomorphology and Aeolian processes. Her Optically stimulated luminescence study contributes to a more complete understanding of Optics. Her studies deal with areas such as Wavelength, Radiation and Infrared as well as Luminescence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mineralogy, Optically stimulated luminescence, Quartz, Materials science and Luminescence. The study incorporates disciplines such as K feldspar, Feldspar, Tephra and Optical dating in addition to Mineralogy. Her research integrates issues of Radiation, Thermoluminescence and Thermoluminescence dating in her study of Optically stimulated luminescence.
Her Thermoluminescence dating research incorporates themes from Sedimentary rock and Geochemistry. Her Quartz research incorporates elements of Loess and Analytical chemistry. Her work deals with themes such as Wavelength, Infrared and Equivalent dose, which intersect with Luminescence.
Her main research concerns Optically stimulated luminescence, Quartz, Mineralogy, Luminescence and High doses. Her Optically stimulated luminescence study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Radiation, Loess and Thermoluminescence dating. Her Radiation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Radiocarbon dating, Infrared and Optical filter.
As part of her studies on Thermoluminescence dating, she often connects relevant areas like Quaternary sediments. Her Luminescence study focuses on Thermoluminescence in particular. Her work carried out in the field of Thermoluminescence brings together such families of science as Thermal quenching, Optical dating and Ultraviolet.
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Luminescence dating of quartz using an improved single aliquot regenerative-dose protocol
A.S. Murray;A.G. Wintle.
Radiation Measurements (2000)
A review of quartz optically stimulated luminescence characteristics and their relevance in single-aliquot regeneration dating protocols
Ann G. Wintle;Andrew S. Murray.
Radiation Measurements (2006)
Partly pedogenic origin of magnetic variations in Chinese loess
L. P. Zhou;F. Oldfield;A. G. Wintle;S. G. Robinson.
Luminescence dating : Laboratory procedures and protocols
Ann G. Wintle.
Radiation Measurements (1997)
A new OSL chronology for dust accumulation in the last 130,000 yr for the Chinese Loess Plateau
Y.C. Lu;X.L. Wang;A.G. Wintle.
Quaternary Research (2007)
Thermoluminescence dating of sediments
A.G. Wintle;D.J. Huntley.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1982)
The single-aliquot regenerative-dose (SAR) protocol applied to coarse-grain feldspar
Jakob Wallinga;Jakob Wallinga;Jakob Wallinga;Andrew Murray;Ann Wintle.
Radiation Measurements (2000)
Thermoluminescence dating of ocean sediments
A. G. Wintle;D. J. Huntley.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1980)
Luminescence dating: Where it has been and where it is going
Ann G. Wintle.
Last Glacial loess in the conterminous USA
E Arthur Bettis;Daniel R Muhs;Helen M Roberts;Ann G Wintle.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2003)
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