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La Jolla Natural Radiocarbon Measurements IV

  • Carl L. Hubbs (a1), George S. Bien (a1) and Hans E. Suess (a1)
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During 1963 and 1964 the La Jolla Radiocarbon Laboratory continued to follow essentially the same techniques as in previous years. The three counters described in La Jolla III have continued to yield measurements in virtually complete agreement. As before, we add, except for the measurements of apparent age on organisms collected alive (see below), ca. 100 yr to the one-sigma statistical counting error. Dates are still computed on the basis of the half-life estimate of 5570 yr.

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