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La Jolla Measurements of Radiocarbon in South German Oak Tree-Ring Chronologies

  • T W Linick (a1), H E Suess (a1) and Bernd Becker (a2)

Abstract

Radiocarbon measurements made by the La Jolla laboratory on tree-ring samples from South German oak chronologies are presented. Several previously separate tree-ring series have been reduced to one absolutely dendro-dated chronology spanning the period from 4066 BC to the present and one still-floating chronology which spans the approximate period 7225 to 4125 BC. Previous estimates of the dendro-years made by the authors are compared with the dendro-years now assigned.

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Becker, Bernd, 1983, The long-term radiocarbon trend of the absolute oak tree-ring chronology, 2800 to 800 BC, in Stuiver, Minze and Kra, R S, eds, International 14C conf, 11th, Proc: Radiocarbon, v 25, no. 2, p 197203.
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Suess, H E, 1978, La Jolla measurements of radiocarbon in tree-ring dated wood: Radiocarbon, v 20, p 118.

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