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Rudjer Bošković Institute Radiocarbon Measurements XVII

  • Nada Horvatinčić (a1), Ines Krajcar Bronić (a1), Bogomil Obelić (a1) and Jadranka Barešić (a1)

Abstract

This paper presents dating results of geological (speleothems, tufa, soil, and sediment), biological (mollusks and botanical), as well as hydrogeological samples from Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, and China. Included arc results of samples measured by gas proportional counting (GPC) in the Zagreb lab until abandonment of this technique in 2007, as well as results of several series measured by both GPC and liquid scintillation counting (LSC) methods.

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Rudjer Bošković Institute Radiocarbon Measurements XVII

  • Nada Horvatinčić (a1), Ines Krajcar Bronić (a1), Bogomil Obelić (a1) and Jadranka Barešić (a1)

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