The 9th New World Luminescence Dating Workshop: Aim of the Community and Scope of the Conference Proceedings
The New World Luminescence Dating Workshop (NWLDW) is a nearly annual conference held in the Americas for the purpose of bringing together the luminescence and electron spin resonance dating community to discuss current research, share ideas about new laboratory or field methods, and to introduce the next generation of students to the techniques and their applications by those who have pioneered and are developing them. The debut of the workshop series took place November 2001 on the Tulsa Campus of Oklahoma State University under the guidance of Drs. Steve McKeever, Regina Kalchgruber (now DeWitt), Ken Lepper, Michael Blair, and Eduardo Yukihara; all from the Stillwater, Oklahoma luminescence lab.
Mahan, S.A., Nelson, M.S., Rittenour, T.M., Hanson, P., Rhodes, E., 2015. The 9th New World Luminescence Dating Workshop: Aim of the community and scope of the conference proceedings. Quaternary International 362, 1-2 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2014.12.055