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Vol 19, No 3 (1977) US Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California, radiocarbon measurements I.  PDF
Stephen W Robinson
 
Vol 19, No 1 (1977) Brooklyn College radiocarbon dates I.  PDF
Evan T Williams
 
Vol 40, No 2 (1998) (super 14) C studies of natural ice. Abstract  PDF
A T Wilson
 
Vol 40, No 1 (1998) (super 14) C cycle in the hot zone around Chernobyl. Abstract  PDF
Nikolai N Kovaliukh, Vadim V Skripkin, Johannes va
 
Vol 38, No 1 (1996) Temporal variations in global atmospheric (super 14) C and its production.  PDF
Minze Stuiver
 
Vol 38, No 1 (1996) Comparison of dates for young basalts from the (super 40) Ar/ (super 39) Ar and cosmogenic helium techniques.  PDF
J Poths, E Y Anthony, W J Williams, M Heizler, W C McIntosh
 
Vol 37, No 2 (1995) The Swedish time scale; a potential calibration tool for the radiocarbon time scale during the late Weichselian.  PDF
Barbara Wohlfarth, Svante Bjorck, Goran Possnert
 
Vol 33, No 2 (1991) Interpreting the small cosmogenic isotope signal.  PDF
Pieter M Grootes
 
Vol 32, No 3 (1990) Systematic biases in results of the international collaborative study and their probable sources.  PDF
M F Pazdur, Romuald Awsiuk, Tomasz Goslar, Anna Pazdur
 
Vol 31, No 3 (1989) Application of (super 14) C AMS dating to the chronology of Holocene glacier fluctuations in the High Arctic, with special reference to Leffert Glacier, Ellesmere Island, Canada.  PDF
Weston Blake
 
Vol 31, No 1 (1989) Radiocarbon data base; Q an artificial intelligence data file management program.  PDF
Robert M Kalin, Austin Long
 
Vol 28, No 2A (1986) Toward a thesaurus of radiocarbon dating and related terms.  PDF
Dilette Polach
 
Vol 28, No 2A (1986) Geomagnetic-heliomagnetic modulation of atmospheric radiocarbon production.  PDF
Paul E Damon, Timothy W Linick
 
Vol 25, No 2 (1983) A secondary standard for radiocarbon dating.  PDF
Fernando E Angiolini, Miguel C Albero
 
Vol 22, No 3 (1980) Modeling the carbon system.  PDF
W S Broecker, T H Peng, Richard Engh
 
Vol 19, No 2 (1977) University of Texas at Austin radiocarbon dates XI.  PDF
S Valastro, E Mott Davis, Alejandra G Varela
 
Vol 18, No 2 (1976) University of Miami radiocarbon dates VI.  PDF
J J Stipp, K L Eldridge, R Cadwell
 
Vol 43, No 2A (2001) Stepped-combustion (super 14) C dating of sediment; a comparison with established techniques.  PDF
Jack McGeehin, George S Burr, A J Timothy Jull, D Reines, J Gosse, P T Davis, D Muhs, John R Southon
 
Vol 9, No 1 (1967) Birmingham University radiocarbon dates I. Abstract  PDF
F W Shotton, D J Blundell, R G Williams
 
Vol 38, No 1 (1996) Chemical behavior of Be and Al during AMS target preparation investigated with chemical speciation calculations.  PDF
Ochs D Ivy, Michael Ochs
 
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 36, No 1 (1994) National Taiwan University radiocarbon dates; III.  PDF
Tsung Kwei Liu
 
Vol 33, No 2 (1991) Radiocarbon dating in paleoecological studies.  PDF
J M Punning
 
Vol 31, No 3 (1989) Dating of the upper Pleistocene lithic industry of Sardinia.  PDF
G Klein Hofmeijer, C Alderliesten, Klaas va, C M Houston, A M d, F Martini, M Sauges, P Y Sondaar, J A d
 
Vol 31, No 3 (1989) Design and preparation of samples for the international collaborative study.  PDF
D D Harkness, G T Cook, B F Miller, E M Scott, M S Baxter
 
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