New publications using XRF core-scanning

Steven Jyh-Jaan Huang participated in a few studies published in Quaternary International contributing new insights into data processing, technical development, and application of micro-XRF-core scanning.
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Practical guidelines and recent advances in the Itrax XRF core-scanning procedure

XRF-core scanning has become a standard analytical technique to rapidly assess elemental, density and textural variations in a wide range of research topics. As the group effort of XRF Core Scanning 2017 in Taiwan (Steven was one of the main organizers of this international meeting), practical expertise and guidance from the Itrax community, gained over 15 years, is presented that should provide insights for new and experienced users.

 

High resolution record of heavy metals from estuary sediments of Nankan River (Taiwan) assessed by rigorous multivariate statistical analysis

This study presents a proof-of-concept data reduction and analysis protocol for the XRF-core scanning datasets.

 

What caused the cultural hiatus in the Iron-Age Kiwulan Site, northeastern Taiwan?

This study adopts a source-to-sink approach with multi-disciplinary methods to provide high-resolution river-aggradation records during the last 1200 years in NE Taiwan and discuss its possible impacts on the aboriginal culture. 

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