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Vol 28, No 2A (1986) Establishment of a working data base for the international exchange of (super 14) C data using universal transfer formats.  PDF
J D Wilcock, R L Otlet, A J Walker, S A Charlesworth, J Drodge
Vol 28, No 2A (1986) Dendrochronology; the absolute Irish standard.  PDF
D M Brown, M R Munro, M L Baillie, J R Pilcher
Vol 25, No 2 (1983) Miniature signals and miniature counters; accuracy assurance via microprocessors and multiparameter control techniques.  PDF
L A Currie, R W Gerlach, G A Klouda, F C Ruegg, G B Tompkins
Vol 22, No 3 (1980) On the C-14 to tritium relationship in the North Atlantic Ocean.  PDF
Wolfgang Roether, K O Muennich, Hildegard Schoch
Vol 19, No 2 (1977) University of Miami radiocarbon dates IX.  PDF
D Piepgras, J J Stipp
Vol 18, No 2 (1976) University of Washington dates IV.  PDF
A W Fairhall, A W Young, J L Erickson
Vol 45, No 3 (2003) Are the (super 14) C dates of the Dead Sea Scrolls affected by castor oil contamination?; reply.  PDF
Kaare L Rasmussen, Johannes van der Plicht, Gregory Doudna, Frank M Cross, John Strugnell
Vol 41, No 3 (1999) Reporting (super 14) C activities and concentrations. Abstract  PDF
Willem G Mook, Johannes van der Plicht
Vol 8, No 1 (1966) Radiocarbon dating in the Vernadsky Institute I-IV. Abstract  PDF
A P Vinogradov, A L Devirts, E I Dobkina, N G Markova
Vol 40, No 1 (1998) An experiment to refute the likelihood of cellulose carboxylation. Abstract  PDF
R M Hedges, Christopher Bronk Ramsey, Klinken J van
Vol 38, No 1 (1996) Problems in the chronology of the glaciations of the Swiss Alps addressed with surface exposure dating.  PDF
Ochs D Ivy, Christian Schluechter, Peter W Kubik, Hans Arno Synal, Juerg Beer
Vol 35, No 1 (1993) An 11,000-year German oak and pine dendrochronology for radiocarbon calibration.  PDF
Bernd Becker
Vol 33, No 2 (1991) Radiocarbon dating of bone osteocalcin; refinements in procedures for isolating a pure form of non-collagen protein.  PDF
Henry O Ajie, Isaac R Kaplan, Elizabeth Stillwell, Donna Kirner, Peter Slota, R E Taylor
Vol 31, No 3 (1989) Global production and decay of radiocarbon.  PDF
Paul E Damon, Robert E Sternberg
Vol 30, No 2 (1988) Small sample (super 14) C dating by liquid scintillation spectrometry.  PDF
Henry Polach, Lauri Kaihola, Steve Robertson, Herbert Haas
Vol 28, No 2A (1986) A low-cost miniature counter system for radiocarbon dating.  PDF
Kazimierz Jelen, Mebus A Geyh
Vol 28, No 2A (1986) Fast and complete CO (sub 2) -to-graphite conversion for (super 14) C accelerator mass spectrometry.  PDF
Gert Hut, H Goete Oestlund, Klaas Va
Vol 22, No 4 (1980) Age reporting of very old samples.  PDF
Adam Walanus, M F Pazdur
Vol 20, No 3 (1978) Marine Resources Research Institute radiocarbon dates II.  PDF
T D Mathews
Vol 19, No 2 (1977) British Museum natural radiocarbon measurements IX.  PDF
Richard Burleigh, Andrew Hewson, Nigel Meeks
Vol 18, No 1 (1976) Tallinn radiocarbon dates III.  PDF
J M Punning, T Kakum, R Rajamae
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
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