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Vol 34, No 1 (1992) AMS dating of alluvial sediments on the southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia. Abstract  PDF
Richard Gillespie, I P Prosser, Edward Dlugokencky, R J Sparks, Gavin Wallace, J A Chappell
 
Vol 31, No 2 (1989) Anomalous AMS radiocarbon ages for foraminifera from high-deposition-rate ocean sediments.  PDF
W S Broecker, Susan E Trumbore, Georges Bonani, Willy Wolfli, Millie Klas
 
Vol 23, No 1 (1981) Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique radiocarbon dates VII.  PDF
Dehon Michele Dauchot, J Heylen, Strydonck Mark Van
 
Vol 45, No 3 (2003) Characterizing the error in the estimated age-depth relationship. Abstract  PDF
Andrew R Solow
 
Vol 41, No 3 (1999) Comparing carbonate and organic AMS- (super 14) C ages in Lake Abiyata sediments (Ethiopia); hydrochemistry and paleoenvironmental implications. Abstract  PDF
Elisabeth Gibert, Yves Travi, Marc Massault, Tesfaye Chernet, Florent Barbecot, Defarge Fatima Laggoun
 
Vol 16, No 3 (1974) University of Lund radiocarbon dates VII.  PDF
Soeren Haakansson
 
Vol 38, No 1 (1996) (super 10) Be and dust in polar ice.  PDF
S Baumgartner, Juerg Beer, G Wagner, Peter W Kubik, M Suter, G M Raisbeck, Francoise Yiou
 
Vol 36, No 1 (1994) How smooth should curves be for calibrating radiocarbon ages? Abstract  PDF
Torbjorn E Tornqvist, Marc P Bierkens
 
Vol 16, No 1 (1974) Illinois State Geological Survey radiocarbon dates V.  PDF
Dennis D Coleman
 
Vol 43, No 2B (2001) Radiocarbon dating of porewater; correction for diffusion and diagenetic processes. Abstract  PDF
Orit Sivan, Barak Herut, Yoseph Yechieli, Boaz Lazar
 
Vol 40, No 1 (1998) Using the Bayesian method to study the precision of dating by wiggle-matching. Abstract  PDF
Tomasz Goslar, WieslLaw Madry
 
Vol 33, No 3 (1991) Shell hash dating and mixing models for palimpsest marine sediments.  PDF
Peter S Roy
 
Vol 22, No 4 (1980) University of Miami radiocarbon dates XIX.  PDF
R A Johnson, J J Stipp
 
Vol 17, No 2 (1975) Illinois State Geological Survey radiocarbon dates VI.  PDF
Dennis D Coleman, Chao Li Liu
 
Vol 36, No 3 (1994) Pollen concentrate preparation from highly organic Holocene peat and lake deposits for AMS dating.  PDF
Fiona Richardson, Valerie A Hall
 
Vol 22, No 3 (1980) C-14 ages and magnetic stratigraphy in three Australian maars.  PDF
C E Barton, H A Potach
 
Vol 20, No 2 (1978) University of Pennsylvania radiocarbon dates XX.  PDF
B Fishman, B Lawn
 
Vol 16, No 3 (1974) Institut Fondamental d'Afrique Noire radiocarbon dates I.  PDF
Cheikh Anta Diop
 
Vol 15, No 1 (1973) Rice University radiocarbon dates I. Abstract  PDF
Barry F Beck
 
Vol 40, No 2 (1998) Carbon isotope variations and chronology of the last glacial-interglacial transition (14-9 ka BP). Abstract  PDF
Chris M Turney, Douglas D Harkness, J J Lowe
 
Vol 35, No 3 (1993) Radiocarbon dating and tephrochronology in Kamchatka.  PDF
O A Braitseva, L D Sulerzhitsky, S N Litasova, I V Melekestsev, V V Ponomareva
 
Vol 31, No 3 (1989) Radiocarbon chronology and magnetic susceptibility variation in Kumaori lakes sediments.  PDF
Sheela Kusumgar, D P Agrawal, Pankaj Sharma
 
Vol 28, No 1 (1986) Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique radioacarbon dates XI.  PDF
Dehon Michele Dauchot, Strydonck Mark Van, Jon Heylen
 
Vol 24, No 2 (1982) Gliwice radiocarbon dates VIII.  PDF
M F Pazdur, Romuald Awsiuk, Andrzej Bluszcz, Anna Pazdur, Adam Walanus, Andrzej Zastawny
 
Vol 21, No 3 (1979) British Museum natural radiocarbon measurements VI.  PDF
R Burleigh, A Hewson
 
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