His primary scientific interests are in Mineralogy, Quartz, Thermoluminescence dating, Feldspar and Loess. Jan-Pieter Buylaert has included themes like Luminescence, Infrared stimulated luminescence, Optically stimulated luminescence, K feldspar and Optical dating in his Mineralogy study. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock, Residual and Pleistocene in his study of Optically stimulated luminescence.
His Quartz study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Radiation and Geomorphology. His Thermoluminescence dating study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quaternary, Radiochemistry, Physical geography, Monsoon and Chronology. His Sediment research extends to Feldspar, which is thematically connected.
His primary areas of study are Quartz, Mineralogy, Thermoluminescence dating, Paleontology and Geomorphology. Jan-Pieter Buylaert combines subjects such as Geochemistry, Sediment and Loess with his study of Quartz. The Paleosol research he does as part of his general Loess study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Saturation, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His studies deal with areas such as Infrared stimulated luminescence, K feldspar, Feldspar, Luminescence and Equivalent dose as well as Mineralogy. His study in Thermoluminescence dating is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Radiation dose and Grain size. In his work, Colluvium is strongly intertwined with Sedimentary rock, which is a subfield of Geomorphology.
His primary areas of investigation include Luminescence, Quartz, Optically stimulated luminescence, Quaternary and Paleontology. His Quartz research includes themes of Stopping power, Mineralogy, Radiation, Equivalent dose and Atomic number. Jan-Pieter Buylaert merges Mineralogy with Context in his study.
His work carried out in the field of Optically stimulated luminescence brings together such families of science as Algorithm, Focus and Bayesian probability. His work carried out in the field of Loess brings together such families of science as Glacial period, Plateau, Chronology and Thermoluminescence dating. His work in Thermoluminescence dating tackles topics such as Landform which are related to areas like Fluvial.
Jan-Pieter Buylaert mainly investigates Quaternary, Loess, Thermoluminescence dating, Glacial period and Quartz. His Loess study contributes to a more complete understanding of Paleontology. His studies examine the connections between Thermoluminescence dating and genetics, as well as such issues in Sedimentary depositional environment, with regards to East Asian Monsoon, Physical geography, Global change, Monsoon and Geologic time scale.
His Glacial period research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ice core, Pleistocene and Holocene. In general Quartz, his work in Optically stimulated luminescence is often linked to Mineral dust linking many areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Marine isotope stage and Feldspar in addition to Geochemistry.
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A robust feldspar luminescence dating method for Middle and Late Pleistocene sediments
Jan-Pieter Buylaert;Jan-Pieter Buylaert;Mayank Jain;Andrew S. Murray;Kristina Jørkov Thomsen.
Luminescence dating of the Stratzing loess profile (Austria) – Testing the potential of an elevated temperature post-IR IRSL protocol
Christine Thiel;Christine Thiel;Jan-Pieter Buylaert;Jan-Pieter Buylaert;Andrew Murray;Birgit Terhorst.
Quaternary International (2011)
Testing the potential of an elevated temperature IRSL signal from K-feldspar
Jan-Pieter Buylaert;A.S. Murray;Kristina Jørkov Thomsen;Mayank Jain.
Radiation Measurements (2009)
On the internal radioactivity in quartz
D. Vandenberghe;F. De Corte;J.-P. Buylaert;J. Kučera.
Radiation Measurements (2008)
Identifying well-bleached quartz using the different bleaching rates of quartz and feldspar luminescence signals
A.S. Murray;Kristina Jørkov Thomsen;N. Masuda;Jan-Pieter Buylaert;Jan-Pieter Buylaert.
Radiation Measurements (2012)
Luminescence dating of old (>70 ka) Chinese loess: A comparison of single-aliquot OSL and IRSL techniques
J. P. Buylaert;D. Vandenberghe;A. S. Murray;Sebastien Huot.
Quaternary Geochronology (2007)
Penetration of Atlantic westerly winds into Central and East Asia
Jef Vandenberghe;Hans Renssen;Ko van Huissteden;Govert Nugteren.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2006)
Optical dating of Chinese loess using sand-sized quartz: Establishing a time frame for Late Pleistocene climate changes in the western part of the Chinese Loess Plateau
J.P. Buylaert;J.P. Buylaert;A.S. Murray;D. Vandenberghe;M. Vriend.
Quaternary Geochronology (2008)
The effect of preheating on the IRSL signal from feldspar
A.S. Murray;J.P. Buylaert;Kristina Jørkov Thomsen;Mayank Jain.
Radiation Measurements (2009)
IRSL and post-IR IRSL residual doses recorded in modern dust samples from the Chinese Loess Plateau
Jan-Pieter Buylaert;Jan-Pieter Buylaert;Christine Thiel;Andrew S. Murray;Dimitri A.G. Vandenberghe.
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