Method to determine the age of organic geologic and archaeological specimens, aged approximately 3,000 to 50,000 years, by determining the decay of the radioactive isotope carbon-14.
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- Description of the methods of geochronology used to estimate the dating of rocks and sediments with links to technique, equipment and contacts for a variety of methods.
- Holocene evolution of Apalachicola Bay, Florida [More info]
- Geophysical surveying, combined with analysis of sediment cores and radiometric dating were used to describe the likely history of formation of this area.