1.Bihari ÁrpádFallout isotope chronology of the near-surface sediment record of Lake Bolătău
2.Dr. Sümegi PálRadiocarbon dated malacological records of two Late Pleistocene loess-paleosol sequences from SW-Hungary: Paleoecological inferences
3.Dr. Braun MihályCan aquatic macrophytes be biofilters for gadolinium based contrasting agents?
4.Dr. László ElemérRelationship between weather conditions advantageous for the development of urban heat island and atmospheric macrocirculation changes
5.Dr. Sümegi PálHigh-resolution proxy record of the environmental response to climatic variations during transition MIS3/MIS2 and MIS2 in Central Europe: The loess-paleosol sequence of Katymár brickyard (Hungary)
6.Dr. Major IstvánAdoption and evaluation of a sample pretreatment protocol for radiocarbon dating of cremated bones at HEKAL
7.Németh AlexandraSclerochronological Study of a Glycymeris vangentsumi Population From the Madeira Islands
8.Dr. Babka BeátaSeasonal evaporation cycle in oxbow lakes formed along the Tisza River in Hungary for flood control
9.Dr. Marjan TemovskiSulfur and oxygen isotopes in the gypsum deposits of the Provalata sulfuric acid cave (Macedonia)
10.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullAnnual radiocarbon record indicates 16th century BCE date for the Thera eruption
11.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullMore rapid 14C excursions in the tree-ring record: A record of different kind of solar activity at about 800 BC?
12.Dr. Lisztes-Szabó ZsuzsaPhytoliths of six woody species important in the Carpathians: characteristic phytoliths in Norway spruce needles
13.Dr. Palcsu LászlóModulation of Cosmogenic Tritium in Meteoric Precipitation by the 11- year Cycle of Solar Magnetic Field Activity
14.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullRadiocarbon dating and intercomparison of some early historical radiocarbon samples
15.Szabó TiborIsotope Analytical Characterization of Carbon-Based Nanocomposites
16.Hubay KatalinHigh-Resolution Peat Core Chronology Covering the Last 12 KYR Applying an Improved Peat Bog Sampling
17.Dr. Kern ZoltánAge Estimates on the Deposition of the Cave Ice Block in the Saarhalle Dachstein-Mammoth Cave (Mammuthöhle, Austria) based on 3H and 14C
18.Varga TamásHigh-Precision Biogenic Fraction Analyses of Liquid Fuels by 14C AMS at HEKAL
19.Dr. Buró BotondReconstruction of Soil Carbon Redistribution Processes along a Hillslope Section in a Forested Area
20.Dr. Major IstvánTemporal Variation of Atmospheric Fossil and Modern CO2 Excess at a Central European Rural Tower Station between 2008 and 2014
21.Dr. Janovics RóbertSealed Tube Combustion Method with MnO2 for AMS 14C Measurement
22.Molnár KataEpisodes of dormancy and eruption of the Late Pleistocene Ciomadul volcanic complex (Eastern Carpathians, Romania) constrained by zircon geochronology
23.Kovács-Bodor PetraNatural radioactivity of thermal springs and related precipitates in Gellért Hill area, Buda Thermal Karst, Hungary
24.Hubay KatalinHolocene environmental changes as recorded in the geochemistry of glacial lake sediments from Retezat Mountains, South Carpathians
25.Mészáros ElődProvenance and Variscan low‑grade regional metamorphism recorded in slates from the basement of the (SW Hungary)
26.Varga TamásVariation of 14C in the Japanese tree rings related to the Fukushima nuclear accident
27.Túri MariannaTracing groundwater recharge conditions based on environmental isotopes and noble gases, Lom depression, Bulgaria
28.Dr. Major IstvánAssessment and development of bone preparation for radiocarbon dating at HEKAL
29.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullMeasurements of 129I in the Pacific Ocean at Scripps Pier and Pacific
Northwest sites: A search for effects from the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi
Nuclear Power Plant accident and Hanford
30.Varga TamásFossil carbon load in urban vegetation for Debrecen, Hungary
31.Dr. Sümegi PálPeriodicities of paleoclimate variations in the first high-resolution non-orbitally tuned grain size record of the past 1 Ma from SW Hungary andregional, global correlations
32.Dr. Lisztes-Szabó ZsuzsaComplex environmental research: Do we need exact knowledge of plant
anatomy? A critical discussion of Rashid et al. (2019)
33.Dr. Kis BoglárkaNoble Gas and Carbon Isotope Systematics at the Seemingly Inactive Ciomadul Volcano
(Eastern‐Central Europe, Romania):
Evidence for Volcanic Degassing
34.Varga TamásSpatial Distribution of 14C in Tree Leaves From Bali, Indonesia
35.Dr. Magyari EnikőWarm Younger Dryas summers and early late glacial spread of
temperate deciduous trees in the Pannonian Basin during the last
glacial termination (20-9 kyr cal BP)
36.Dr. Czuppon GyörgyMonitoring in the Barać and Lower Cerovačka caves (Croatia) as a basis for the characterization of the climatological and hydrological processes that control speleothem formation
37.Vincze IldikóPaleoclimate reconstruction and mire development in the Eastern Great Hungarian Plain for the last 20,000 years
38.Dr. Demény AttilaNorth Atlantic influences on climate conditions in East-Central Europe in the
late Holocene reflected by flowstone compositions
39.Dr. Buró BotondNew radiocarbon data from the paleosols of the Nyírség blown sand area, Hungary
40.Dr. Szepesi JánosTelkibánya lava domes: Lithofacies architecture of a Miocene rhyolite
field (Tokaj Mountains, Carpathian-Pannonian region, Hungary)
41.Dr. Rinyu LászlóRadiocarbon map of a bomb-peak labeled human eye
42.Dr. Tóth Csaba AlbertGeoarchaeological Study of Szálka and Vajda Kurgans (Great Hungarian Plain) Based on Radiocarbon and Geophysical Analyses
43.Dr. Lisztes-Szabó ZsuzsapH-dependent silicon release from phytoliths of Norway spruce (Picea abies)
44.Varga TamásAdvanced atmospheric 14C monitoring around the Paks Nuclear Power
Plant, Hungary
45.Dr. Marjan TemovskiLast deglaciation in the central Balkan Peninsula: Geochronological evidence from the Jablanica Mt. (North Macedonia)
46.Túri MariannaPaleotemperature reconstruction using environmental isotopes and noble gases in groundwater in Morocco
47.Molnár KataFingerprinting the Late Pleistocene tephras of Ciomadul volcano,
eastern–central Europe
48.Dr. Rinyu LászlóThe Bruneian record of “Borneo Amber”: A regional review of fossil tree
resins in the Indo-Australian Archipelago
49.Dr. László ElemérEstimation of the solar-induced natural variability of the tritium concentration of precipitation in the Northern and Southern Hemisphere
50.Varga TamásHoney as an indicator of long-term environmental changes: MP-AES
analysis coupled with 14C-based age determination of Hungarian
honey samples
51.Dr. Palcsu LászlóDating of an alpine ice core from the interior of the Tibetan Plateau
52.Dr. Palcsu László,
Dr. Molnár Mihály
Temporal changes in tritium and radiocarbon concentrations in the western
North Pacific Ocean (1993–2012)
53.Kis Boglárka MercédeszConstraints on the hydrogeochemistry and origin of the CO2-rich mineral waters from the Eastern Carpathians – Transylvanian Basin boundary (Romania)
54.Kovács Emma BlankaMercury anomalies and carbon isotope excursions in the western Tethyan Csővár section support the link between CAMP volcanism and the end-Triassic extinction
55.Kern ZoltánIsoscape of amount-weighted annual mean precipitation tritium (3H) activity from 1976 to 2017 for the Adriatic–Pannonian region – AP3H_v1 database
56.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullCAN THE 14C PRODUCTION IN 1055 CE BE AFFECTED BY SN1054?
57.Dr. Molnár MihályRadiocarbon in tree rings from a clean air region in Slovakia
58.Pató ZsuzsannaExposure matters: forest dynamics reveal an early Holocene conifer refugium on a north facing slope in Central Europe
60.Dr. Molnár MihályThe Best possible Time resolution: How precise could a Radiocarbon dating method be?
62.Dr. Tóth-Hubay KatalinNew chronological constraints for Middle Palaeolithic (MIS 6/5-3) cave sequences in Eastern Transylvania, Romania
63.Dr. Palcsu LászlóSpatial and temporal variability of tritium in precipitation within South Africa and it’s bearing on hydrological studies
64.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullThe old, unique C1 chondrite Flensburg – Insight into thefirst processes of aqueous alteration, brecciation, and thediversity of water-bearing parent bodies and lithologies
65.Dr. Pécskay ZoltánA Miocene Phreatoplinian eruption in the North-Eastern PannonianBasin, Hungary: The Jató Member
66.Dr. Pécskay ZoltánCharacterization and 3D visualization of underground research facility for deep geological repository experiments: A case study of underground research facility Bukov, Czech Republic
67.Dr. Lisztes-Szabó ZsuzsaPossibilities of Speciation in the Central Sandy Steppe, Woody Steppe Area of the Carpathian Basin through the Example of Festuca Taxa
68.Dr. Demény AttilaPaleotemperature reconstructions using speleothem fluid inclusion analyses
70.Dr. Marjan TemovskiMulti-method geochemical characterization of groundwater
71.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullRapid 14C excursion at 3372-3371 BCE not
72.Vallner ZsoltEnd-Triassic crisis and “unreefing” led to the demise of the Dachstein
carbonate platform: A revised model and evidence from the Transdanubian Range, Hungary
73.Dr. Demény AttilaBacterial and abiogenic carbonates formed in caves–no vital effect on clumped isotope
74.Szabó BencePleistocene and holocene palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the carpathian basin
75.Dr. Molnár MihályGas ion source performance of the Environmicadas at Hekal Laboratory, Debrecen, Hungary
76.Szabó ZsuzsannaGeomorphology as a Driver of Heavy Metal Accumulation Patterns in a Floodplain
77.Dr. Major IstvánSource identification of PM2.5 carbonaceous aerosol using combined carbon fraction, radiocarbon and stable carbon isotope analyses in Debrecen, Hungary
78.Dr. Temovski-Molnár KataNoble gas geochemistry of phenocrysts from the Ciomadul volcanic dome field (Eastern Carpathians)
79.Dr. Temovski-Molnár KataZircon geochronology suggests a long-living and active magmatic system beneath the Ciomadul volcanic dome field (eastern-central Europe)
80.Dr. Benkó ZsoltCombined petrography, noble gas, stable isotope and fluid inclusion chemistry of carbonatites from Uganda: Implications for the origin of the carbonatite melt in continental rift setting
81.Dr. Palcsu LászlóLong-term time series of environmental tracers reveal recharge and discharge conditions in shallow karst aquifers in Hungary and Slovakia
82.Obbágy GabriellaPaleogeographic implications of a multi-parameter Paleogene provenance dataset (Transylvanian Basin, Romania)
83.Major I. Horváth A.Human mobility in a Bronze Age Vatya ‘urnfield’ and the life history of a high-status woman
84.Dr. Palcsu LászlóConstraining the Spatial Distribution of Tritium in Groundwater Across South Africa
85.Varga Tamás, László ElemérIdentification of Potential Methane Source Regions in Europe Using δ13CCH4 Measurements and Trajectory Modeling
86.Dr. Palcsu LászlóChemical and isotopic composition of CO2-rich magnesium–
sodium–bicarbonate–sulphate-type mineral waters from volcanoclastic aquifer in Rogasˇka Slatina, Slovenia
87.Dr. Major IstvánThe Epigravettian chronology and the human population of eastern Central Europe during MIS2
88.Dr. Molnár MihályAn Intercomparison Project on 14c From Single-Year Tree Rings
89.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullRadiocarbon Dating of St. George’s Rotunda in Nitrianska Blatnica (Slovakia): International Consortium Results
90.Dr. A. J. Timothy Jull14C Intercomparison Exercise on Bones and Ivory Samples: Implications for Forensics
91.Dr. Molnár KataThe westernmost Late Miocene–Pliocene volcanic activity
92.Varga TamásRape, sunflower and forest honeys for long-term environmental monitoring: Presence of indicator elements and non-photosynthetic carbon in old Hungarian samples
93.Kern ZoltánGeostatistical evaluation of the design of the precipitation stable isotope monitoring network for Slovenia and Hungary
94.Müller TamásMapping intrashell variation in Mg/Ca of brachiopods to external growth lines: Mg enrichment corresponds to seasonal growth slowdown
95.Ariana Gugora & Demény AttilaDetection of diagenetic alteration in bones and teeth for migration and dietary studies — a combined FTIR and C‐N–O‐Sr isotope study on tenth century CE cemeteries in northern and northeastern Hungary
96.Danny VargasITCZ precipitation and cloud cover excursions control Cedrela nebulosa tree-ring oxygen and carbon isotopes in the northwestern Amazon
97.Buró BotondSoil Organic Carbon Dating of Paleosoils of Alluvial Fans In a Blown Sand Area (Nyírség, Hungary)
98.Magyari EnikőMammal extinction facilitated biome shift and human population change during the last glacial termination in East‑Central Europe
99.Dr. A. J. Timothy JullA unique stone skipping–like trajectory of asteroid Aletai
100.Danny VargasRainwater Isotopic Composition in the Ecuadorian Andes and Amazon Reflects Cross-Equatorial Flow Seasonality
101.Palcsu LászlóGreenland Ice Core Record of Last Glacial Dust Sources and Atmospheric Circulation
102.Lisztes-Szabó ZsuzsaWell-preserved Norway spruce needle phytoliths in sediments can be a new paleoenvironmental indicator
103.Pálfy József
(Kovács Emma Blanka)
Preservation of orbital forcing in intraplatform carbonates and an astronomical time frame for a multiproxy record of end-Triassic global change from a western Tethyan section (Csővár, Hungary)