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Fulop, Reka H. Dr.

Joint UOW / ANSTO Research Fellow

  • GeoQuEST Research Centre
  • Research Fellow - Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health 2018 - 2021
  • Associate Research Fellow - Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health 2015 - 2018

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Research Overview


  • My research interests lie in the area of geomorphology, and I am particularly interested in applying a range of cosmogenic nuclide-based methods to study the interactions between surface processes, tectonics, and climate. My current focus is on quantifying surface process rates and sediment residence times in rivers using cosmogenic in situ carbon-14 (i.e., radiocarbon produced in-situ in rocks). Method development is integral to my research and I have been involved in the development of cosmogenic in situ carbon-14 extraction systems at SUERC and Cologne University.

    I have substantial experience in working with in situ cosmogenic Be-10, C-14, and Al-26, as well as other dating techniques such as Radiocarbon, OSL/PSL.

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Available as Research Supervisor

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Landscape evolution of the Kimberley region, Australia, and rock art dating using in-situ cosmogenic Be-10, Al-26 Cazes, Gael
    Doctor of Philosophy Interactions between erosion, deposition and deformation in the Issyk Kul basin, Kyrgyzstanv Kudriavtseva, Anna

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • My research interests lie in the area of geomorphology, and I am particularly interested in applying a range of cosmogenic nuclide-based methods to study the interactions between surface processes, tectonics, and climate. My current focus is on quantifying surface process rates and sediment residence times in rivers using cosmogenic in situ carbon-14 (i.e., radiocarbon produced in-situ in rocks). Method development is integral to my research and I have been involved in the development of cosmogenic in situ carbon-14 extraction systems at SUERC and Cologne University.

    I have substantial experience in working with in situ cosmogenic Be-10, C-14, and Al-26, as well as other dating techniques such as Radiocarbon, OSL/PSL.

Selected Publications


Other Research Activities


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Landscape evolution of the Kimberley region, Australia, and rock art dating using in-situ cosmogenic Be-10, Al-26 Cazes, Gael
    Doctor of Philosophy Interactions between erosion, deposition and deformation in the Issyk Kul basin, Kyrgyzstanv Kudriavtseva, Anna
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