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(2013) Paleo-Denudation Rates at the Plio-Pleistocene Transition from in situ Produced Cosmogenic 10Be: Method and New Results from the Tianshan and the Himalayas
Charreau J, Puchol N, Blard P-H, Pik R, Braucher R, Leanni L, Bourles D, Lave J & Bourles O

(2013) Cosmogenic 3He and 10Be Production Rates at High Elevation (> 3800 m)
Blard P-H, Braucher R, Bourles D & Lave J

(2011) A New Calibration Site for Cosmogenic 3He Production Rate in the Central Altiplano
Blard P-H & Lavé J

(2011) Cosmogenic 21Ne Production Systematics in Quartz Inferred from a 25 m Sandstone Core
Balco G, Shuster D, Blard P-H, Zimmermann L & Stone J

(2011) Irregular Retreat of Tropical Glaciers during the Holocene
Jomelli V, Khodri M, Favier V, Brunstein D, Ledru MP, Wagnon P, Blard PH, Sicart JE, Braucher R, Grancher D, Bourles D, Barconnot P & Vuille M

(2011) Himalayan Erosion Rates and 10Be Systematics in the Ganga Basin
Lavé J, Lupker M, Blard P-H, France-Lanord C, Bourlès D, Charreau J, Leanni L, Pik R & Puchol N

(2009) How to Improve the Accuracy of Cosmogenic 3He Determinations?
Blard P-H

(2009) Cosmogenic 36Cl Production Rate Calibration from Ca and K Spallation
Schimmelpfennig I, Benedetti L, Garreta V, Pik R, Blard PH, Bourlès D, Finkel R, Ammon K & Dunai T

(2008) Late Glacial Paleoclimate of the Central Altiplano Constrained by Cosmogenic He-3 Dating and ‘clumped-Isotope’ Paleothermometry
Blard PH, Lave J, Farley KA, Tripati A, Eiler JM, Sylvestre F & Fornari M

(2008) In situ Cosmogenic 36Cl Production Rate Calibration from Ca and K in Lava Flows
Schimmelpfennig I, Benedetti L, Pik R, Burnard P, Blard PH, Dunai T & Bourlès D

(2007) In situ Cosmogenic 36Cl Production Rate Calibration on Basaltic Flows of Mount Etna (Sicily, 38°N)
Schimmelpfennig I, Benedetti L, Pik R, Burnard P, Blard P-H & Bourlès D

(2006) Isochrones for in situ cosmogenic 3He measurement
Blard PH & Pik R

(2006) Erosion and landform evolution of the Ethiopian highlands constrained by cosmogenic nuclides
Pik R, Lave J & Blard PH

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