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Vol 35, No 1 (1993) High-precision bidecadal calibration of the radiocarbon time scale, AD 1950-500 BC and 2500-6000 BC.  PDF
Minze Stuiver, Gordon W Pearson
 
Vol 37, No 2 (1995) Location-dependent differences in the (super 14) C content of wood.  PDF
F G McCormac, M L Baillie, J R Pilcher, R M Kalin
 
Vol 21, No 2 (1979) Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre radiocarbon measurements III.  PDF
D D Harkness, H W Wilson
 
Vol 5, No 1 (1963) Radiocarbon dating at the University of Washington [Part] 2.  PDF
A W Fairhall, W R Schell
 
Vol 7, No 1 (1965) University of Texas radiocarbon dates III. Abstract  PDF
F Pearson, E Mott Davis, M A Tamers, Robert W Johnstone
 
Vol 38, No 1 (1996) Cosmogenic (super 10) Be exposure-age dating of the post-Wisconsin deglaciation of Indiana.  PDF
Melanie L McQuinn, Jon Harbor, David Elmore
 
Vol 33, No 2 (1991) Radiocarbon dating of groundwater containing microbial methane.  PDF
K C Hackley, C L Liu, D D Coleman
 
Vol 25, No 1 (1983) US Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California radiocarbon measurements III.  PDF
Stephen W Robinson, Deborah A Trimble
 
Vol 19, No 2 (1977) University of Miami radiocarbon dates IX.  PDF
D Piepgras, J J Stipp
 
Vol 17, No 2 (1975) University of Pennsylvania radiocarbon dates XVIII.  PDF
Barbara Lawn
 
Vol 9, No 1 (1967) Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies radiocarbon dates I.  PDF
John E Noakes, S M Kim, L K Akers
 
Vol 38, No 1 (1996) The influence of archaeological context on the study of marine reservoir age variation.  PDF
Christine Prior, Mark Peterson, John Southon
 
Vol 28, No 2A (1986) Dating of Holocene stratigraphy with soluble and insoluble organic fractions at the Lubbock Lake archaeological site, Texas; an ideal case study.  PDF
Herbert Haas, Vance Holliday, Robert Stuckenrath
 
Vol 23, No 3 (1981) University of Miami radiocarbon dates XXI.  PDF
Sharon Crabtree, J J Stipp
 
Vol 18, No 3 (1976) University of Miami radiocarbon dates VII.  PDF
J J Stipp, K L Eldridge, K Valenziano
 
Vol 11, No 1 (1969) University of Pennsylvania radiocarbon dates XI. Abstract  PDF
Robert Stuckenrath, Barbara Lawn
 
Vol 40, No 3 (1998) High-precision radiocarbon age calibration for terrestrial and marine samples.  PDF
Minze Stuiver, Paula J Reimer, Thomas F Braziunas
 
Vol 38, No 2 (1996) Estimation of slow- and fast-cycling soil organic carbon pools from 6N HCl hydrolysis.  PDF
S W Leavitt, R F Follett, E A Paul
 
Vol 35, No 2 (1993) Late Pleistocene-Recent atmospheric delta (super 13) C record in C (sub 4) grasses.  PDF
Laurence J Toolin, Christopher J Eastoe
 
Vol 31, No 2 (1989) Chronometric dating and late Holocene prehistory in the Hawaiian Islands; a critical review of radiocarbon dates from Moloka'i Island. Abstract  PDF
Marshall Weisler
 
Vol 25, No 2 (1983) Non-concordance of radiocarbon and amino acid racemization; deduced age estimates on human bone; implications for the dating of the earliest Homo sapiens in the New World.  PDF
R E Taylor
 
Vol 20, No 1 (1978) University of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XV.  PDF
Margaret M Bender, Reid A Bryson, David A Baerreis
 
Vol 18, No 1 (1976) University of Miami radiocarbon dates V.  PDF
K L Eldridge, J J Stipp, J Hattner
 
Vol 13, No 1 (1971) Radiocarbon, Ltd. natural radiocarbon measurements I. Abstract  PDF
Charles S Tucek
 
Vol 7, No 1 (1965) University of Saskatchewan radiocarbon dates IV. Abstract  PDF
K J McCallum, J Wittenberg
 
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