Christina Ankjærgaard
Christina Ankjærgaard
Senior Scientist, DTU Health Tech, Technical University of Denmark
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Homo erectus at Trinil on Java used shells for tool production and engraving
JCA Joordens, F d’Errico, FP Wesselingh, S Munro, J de Vos, J Wallinga, ...
Nature 518 (7538), 228-231, 2015
Towards a non-fading signal in feldspar: insight into charge transport and tunnelling from time-resolved optically stimulated luminescence
M Jain, C Ankjærgaard
Radiation Measurements 46 (3), 292-309, 2011
Bleaching of the post‐IR IRSL signal: new insights for feldspar luminescence dating
RH Kars, T Reimann, C Ankjærgaard, J Wallinga
Boreas 43 (4), 780-791, 2014
Modelling the thermal quenching mechanism in quartz based on time-resolved optically stimulated luminescence
V Pagonis, C Ankjærgaard, AS Murray, M Jain, R Chen, J Lawless, ...
Journal of luminescence 130 (5), 902-909, 2010
OSL-thermochronometry of feldspar from the KTB borehole, Germany
B Guralnik, M Jain, F Herman, C Ankjærgaard, AS Murray, PG Valla, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 423, 232-243, 2015
In vivo validation and tissue sparing factor for acute damage of pencil beam scanning proton FLASH
BS Sørensen, MK Sitarz, C Ankjærgaard, J Johansen, CE Andersen, ...
Radiotherapy and Oncology 167, 109-115, 2022
OSL-thermochronometry using bedrock quartz: A note of caution
B Guralnik, C Ankjærgaard, M Jain, AS Murray, A Müller, M Wälle, ...
Quaternary Geochronology 25, 37-48, 2015
Development of pulsed stimulation and Photon Timer attachments to the Risø TL/OSL reader
T Lapp, M Jain, C Ankjærgaard, L Pirtzel
Radiation Measurements 44 (5-6), 571-575, 2009
Towards dating Quaternary sediments using the quartz Violet Stimulated Luminescence (VSL) signal
C Ankjærgaard, M Jain, J Wallinga
Quaternary Geochronology 18, 99-109, 2013
Violet stimulated luminescence dating of quartz from Luochuan (Chinese loess plateau): Agreement with independent chronology up to∼ 600 ka
C Ankjærgaard, B Guralnik, JP Buylaert, T Reimann, SW Yi, J Wallinga
Quaternary Geochronology 34, 33-46, 2016
Optimising the separation of quartz and feldspar optically stimulated luminescence using pulsed excitation
C Ankjærgaard, M Jain, KJ Thomsen, AS Murray
Radiation Measurements 45 (7), 778-785, 2010
Measurement of optically and thermally stimulated electron emission from natural minerals
C Ankjærgaard, AS Murray, PM Denby, L Bøtter-Jensen
Radiation Measurements 41 (7-8), 780-786, 2006
Total beta and gamma dose rates in trapped charge dating based on beta counting
C Ankjærgaard, AS Murray
Radiation measurements 42 (3), 352-359, 2007
Pencil beam scanning proton FLASH maintains tumor control while normal tissue damage is reduced in a mouse model
BS Sørensen, MK Sitarz, C Ankjærgaard, JG Johansen, CE Andersen, ...
Radiotherapy and Oncology 175, 178-184, 2022
On the trap depth of the IR-sensitive trap in Na-and K-feldspar
RH Kars, NRJ Poolton, M Jain, C Ankjærgaard, P Dorenbos, J Wallinga
Radiation Measurements 59, 103-113, 2013
Further investigations into pulsed optically stimulated luminescence from feldspars using blue and green light
C Ankjærgaard, M Jain, R Kalchgruber, T Lapp, D Klein, SWS McKeever, ...
Radiation Measurements 44 (5-6), 576-581, 2009
Dose recovery and residual dose of quartz ESR signals using modern sediments: Implications for single aliquot ESR dating
S Tsukamoto, N Porat, C Ankjærgaard
Radiation Measurements 106, 472-476, 2017
Time-resolved luminescence from quartz: An overview of contemporary developments and applications
ML Chithambo, C Ankjærgaard, V Pagonis
Physica B: Condensed Matter 481, 8-18, 2016
Violet stimulated luminescence: geo-or thermochronometer?
C Ankjærgaard, B Guralnik, N Porat, A Heimann, M Jain, J Wallinga
Radiation Measurements 81, 78-84, 2015
Optically stimulated phosphorescence in quartz over the millisecond to second time scale: insights into the role of shallow traps in delaying luminescent recombination
C Ankjærgaard, M Jain
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 43 (25), 255502, 2010
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