This volume highlights several applications of thermochronology to different geologic settings, as well as modern techniques for modeling thermochronometer data. Geologic interpretations of thermochronometer data are greatly enhanced by quantitative analysis of the data (e.g., track length distributions, noble gas concentrations, etc.), and/or consideration of the thermal field samples cooled through. Unfortunately, the computational tools required for a rigorous analysis and interpretation of the data are often developed and used by individual labs, but rarely distributed to the general public. One reason for this is the lack of a good medium to communicate recent software developments, and/or incomplete documentation and...

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