University of Vienna
Peter Steier mainly investigates Accelerator mass spectrometry, Isotope, Radiocarbon dating, Environmental chemistry and Radiochemistry. His Accelerator mass spectrometry study incorporates themes from TRACER, Plutonium, Actinide and Nuclear physics. His studies deal with areas such as Environmental monitoring, Heavy ion and Analytical chemistry as well as Isotope.
Radiocarbon dating is a subfield of Archaeology that Peter Steier investigates. His work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Nuclear power plant, Detection limit, Neutron, Uranium and Carbon dioxide. His Radiochemistry research incorporates themes from Isotopic ratio, Ion energy, Isobar and Mass spectrometry.
His primary scientific interests are in Accelerator mass spectrometry, Nuclear physics, Isotope, Analytical chemistry and Archaeology. Peter Steier interconnects Uranium, Plutonium, Radionuclide and Atomic physics in the investigation of issues within Accelerator mass spectrometry. His Uranium research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental chemistry, Seawater and Extraction.
His Isotope study combines topics in areas such as Radiochemistry and Atmospheric sciences. His Analytical chemistry research focuses on Detector and how it relates to Range. Radiocarbon dating and Chronology are the primary areas of interest in his Archaeology study.
Peter Steier spends much of his time researching Accelerator mass spectrometry, Radiocarbon dating, Archaeology, Oceanography and Radionuclide. Analytical chemistry covers Peter Steier research in Accelerator mass spectrometry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental chemistry, African elephant and Pelletron.
His Archaeology research integrates issues from Glacial period, Geomorphology and Balkan peninsula. The various areas that Peter Steier examines in his Radionuclide study include Waste management, Spent nuclear fuel, Nuclear facilities, Sediment and TRACER. His studies in Uranium integrate themes in fields like Inorganic chemistry, Oxide, Isotope and Titanium oxide.
Peter Steier mainly investigates Accelerator mass spectrometry, Seawater, Oceanography, Radiocarbon dating and Archaeology. His work deals with themes such as Stars, Nucleosynthesis, Plutonium, Uranium and Pacific ocean, which intersect with Accelerator mass spectrometry. Peter Steier has researched Seawater in several fields, including Peat, Sphagnum, Coral, Dissolved organic carbon and Wetland.
His Radiocarbon dating research includes elements of Mousterian, Glacial period and Before Present, Holocene. His study on Chronology and Iceman is often connected to Environmental research as part of broader study in Archaeology. His Roe deer research includes themes of Environmental chemistry and Radionuclide.
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The Age of Olfactory Bulb Neurons in Humans
Olaf Bergmann;Jakob Liebl;Samuel Bernard;Kanar Alkass.
Dynamics of human adipose lipid turnover in health and metabolic disease
Peter Arner;Samuel Bernard;Mehran Salehpour;Göran Possnert.
Biogeochemically diverse organic matter in Alpine glaciers and its downstream fate
Gabriel A. Singer;Christina Fasching;Linda Wilhelm;Jutta Niggemann.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Chronology for the Aegean Late Bronze Age 1700-1400 B.C.
Sturt W. Manning;Christopher Bronk Ramsey;Walter Kutschera;Thomas Higham.
Direct dating of Early Upper Palaeolithic human remains from Mladeč
Eva M. Wild;Maria Teschler-Nicola;Walter Kutschera;Peter Steier.
14C dating with the bomb peak: An application to forensic medicine
E.M Wild;K.A Arlamovsky;R Golser;W Kutschera.
Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-beam Interactions With Materials and Atoms (2000)
New half-life measurement of 182Hf: improved chronometer for the early solar system.
C. Vockenhuber;F. Oberli;M. Bichler;I. Ahmad.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Iodine-129 in Seawater Offshore Fukushima: distribution, inorganic speciation, sources, and budget.
Xiaolin Hou;Pavel P. Povinec;Luyuan Zhang;Keliang Shi.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
Natural and anthropogenic 236U in environmental samples
Peter Steier;Max Bichler;L. Keith Fifield;Robin Golser.
Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-beam Interactions With Materials and Atoms (2008)
The use of Bayesian statistics for 14C dates of chronologically ordered samples : A critical analysis
Peter Steier;Werner Rom.
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