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Marisa Repasch Aug 19
Last week's course at was amazing! Check out this international group of students, scientists, lab techs, and instructors. We covered 14C from production in the stratosphere to terrestrial cycling to ocean circulation. Now we're equipped to model!
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Antiquity Aug 28
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Katerina Douka 11 Sep 18
New tiny hominin bone from we just discovered with & using ! Who can it be? Maybe Denny's little bro?! We'll know soon when & further analyses are finalised.
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Suzanne Pilaar Birch 6 Jul 17
Nice little calibration app by
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Richard Staff Jul 29
What a day at - all morning, this afternoon. 🌋📉 Could it get any better?!!
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Michael Grant 10 Apr 18
No matter how many years you've been doing this, receiving the email with your results is always exciting
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Helen Fewlass Apr 1
Very excited that our paper was published on Friday! Looking forward to radiocarbon dating tiny amounts of bone so that we can minimise destruction to precious archaeological bones and artefacts
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences 11 Jan 16
Don't miss Adrian Lister's fascinating lecture on evidence for megafaunal
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Evelyn Keaveney 11 Aug 18
My interview for “The Biologist” magazine from the
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The Ice Age 23 Nov 16
Michigan mammoth discovery could revise earliest date of humans in the Americas
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Robert M Chapple Nov 4
First attempt at making a density map for 14C dates - darker colours = more dates 2018.3 rocks!
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UofA Research 31 Mar 17
dating is ready for an upgrade. Scientists in @UofA's world-renowned are up to the task.
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Enrico R. Crema 28 Apr 18
rcarbon 1.1.1(triple one) just released on CRAN with a vignette
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Jennifer Bates 22 Nov 16
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Eduardo Q Alves Mar 5
The use of a global marine calibration curve has been hindering the achievement of robust chronologies in many regions. This paper discusses the issue and presents future possibilities.
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Phys.org 5 Jun 18
Research illuminates inaccuracies in dating
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Philippa Ascough 18 Apr 18
Our paper on 14C in the oceans is featured in Eos's Editor's Vox section- read it if you want a summary!
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Kat McCaskill May 25
Great day presenting at and some great talks too. Make sure to check out our blog to catch up on the work we're doing !
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Living on Water 13 Aug 17
The tree-ring timeline has really been drawing in the crowd to learn about and at .
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Ayushi Nayak Aug 20
The most surprising was the data led by Douglas Kennett () which revealed that contrary to the belief that the skeletal remains were deposited at as the result of a single catastrophic event, the individuals were separated by over 1,000 years!
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