Cosmogenic dating labs

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The C14-L list is intended primarily for technical communication and is not an appropriate forum for uninformed debate over the premises or theological implications of dating methods, since and other Usenet groups and Listserv lists already handle that function admirably.The listowner reserves the right to implement moderation if that charter stipulation is ignored. One site, many major programs: CALIB, Marine Reservoir Correction, CALIBomb, Int Cal13, SHCal13, Int Cal09. This is an online radiocarbon calibration program with downloadable versions for Windows and Mac platforms.

Journal of Geophysical Research (working title and journal). M., Menounos, B., Osborn, G., Hawkins, A., Ward, B., in prep.

Abrupt mid-Holocene ice loss in the western Weddell Sea Embayment of Antarctica. Glacial Geology and Cosmogenic-nuclide exposure Ages from the Tucker Glacier – Whitehall Glacier Confluence, Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. T., Goehring, B., Halsted, C., Koester, A., Caffee, M., Zimmerman, S., 2019.

Balco, G., Todd, C., Goehring, B., Moening-Swanson, I., Nichols, K., accepted. Corbett, L., Bierman, P., Wright, S., Shakun, J., Davis, P.

National Geophysical Data Center Radiocarbon datasets. C14-L is an email list for researchers and others involved in radiocarbon and other radioisotopes used in dating, and in scientific dating issues in general.

Disciplines for which it should be of particular interest would include anthropology, archaeology, climate and environmental studies, dendrochronology, earth sciences, oceanography, and various branches of chemistry and physics.

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