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Marisa Repasch Aug 15
I’ve seen so many vacuum lines this week ! These are products of many years of hard work and trial and error. I’m grateful to those efforts that make measurements possible!
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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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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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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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Ryan Venturelli Dec 13
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Caithness Broch Project Mar 13
Any dating experts out there? We have a question from a follower - can you help? "If a sample of wood was exposed to temperatures in excess of 1000 degC prior to deposition, would that affect the radiocarbon dates?"
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Michael Grant Jul 29
Trailer for our talk on alternative (non-) dating of Black Sea sediments. , maybe even a ! Today at 12.15, Wicklow 2B (level 2):
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The Ice Age 22 Jul 15
13,200-year-old footprints could be oldest in North America
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Enrico R. Crema Oct 1
rcarbon 1.2 is now on CRAN see details on updates and fixes at:
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Franziska Lechleitner Mar 5
STAlagmite dating by (star) is not possible? Think again! New paper online by Jens Fohlmeister and me, where we show one possible way forward!
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Derek Hamilton Oct 9
It is stumbling upon these gems in a museum archive that makes the sampling so much fun. Though we are in Dorchester to investigate Middle Iron Age people, not the Romans :-) ⁦ ⁩ ⁦
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Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit Oct 19
We love Fridays! This is when we review, discuss and approve the week's results and prepare our reports. Sometimes with biscuits.
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Jamie Wood 2 Mar 16
A guide to subsampling coprolites, now available online
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The Ice Age 22 Jul 15
Fossil fuel emissions are making dating more difficult
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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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The Ice Age 28 Feb 17
Prehistoric human footprints on South Wales beach are 7000 years old
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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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SUERC-PIMS Sep 26
BBC news recently covered the news PIMS technology at . For those that missed it you can see it now!
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LacCore_CSDCO 11 Jan 18
The incomparable Maarten Blaauw at on how Bayesian age-depth models just keep getting better and better as you add dates. Once this paper is published, cite it to your funding agencies to justify how many dates you need! (dpm=dates per millennium)
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