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Peter Fink-Jensen


Main fields:
- Otolith microchemistry
- Geochemistry
- Microchemical analysis: LA-ICP-MS, IRMS (TIMS & SIMS), ion chromatography, XRF, electron microprobe (SEM & EDX)


- 2017/6-now:
PhD-student, DTU AQUA
Otolith microchemistry; capelin and cod

- 2016/11 - 2017/2
The National Museum of Denmark, Environmental Archaeology and Materials Science,
Research assistant, Strontium isotope analysis and provenancing, ion chromatography, laboratory management

- 2015/12 - 2016/03 Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Research consultant
Geochemical analysis of antique pigments

- 2015/02 - 2015/06 The International El Kurru Project
Research consultant, XRF analysis and data processing of antique Sudanese wall paintings

- 2014/09 - 2015/04 Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS),
Geologist at the Department of Petrology and Economic Geology

- Rodler, A., Artioli, G., Klein, S., Petschick, R., Fink-Jensen, P., Brøns, C., (2017):
Provenancing ancient pigments: Lead isotope analyses of the copper compound of Egyptian blue pigments from ancient Mediterranean artefacts, Journal of Archaeological Science: Volume 16, December 2017, Pages 1-18

- Fink-Jensen, P., 2014: An archaeometric study of lead pigments from a 1st century BCE Roman marble sculpture in Tracking Colour, The polychromy of Greek and Roman sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Preliminary Report 5, 2013, p. 36-62.