Last Modified: 14th August 2016
ORIGIN OF CARBON-14 & ITS ASSIMILATION IN THE EARTH'S BIOSPHERE
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 P. J. Reimer, M. G. L .Baillie, E. Bard, A. Bayliss, J. W. Beck, C. J. H. Bertrand, P. G. Blackwell, C. E. Buck, G. S. Burr, K. B. Cutler, P. E. Damon, R. L. Edwards, R. G. Fairbanks, M. Friedrich, T. P. Guilderson, A. G. Hogg, K. A. Hughen, B. Kromer, G. McCormac, S. Manning, C. B. Ramsey, R. W. Reimer, S. Remmele, J. R. Southon, M. Stuiver, S. Talamo, F. W. Taylor, J. van der Plicht, C. E. Weyhenmeyer, "", , 2004, Volume 46, pp. 1029-1058. See Figure 1 and p. 1030 for discussions. For the datasets used for calibration, see pp. 1031-1036.
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IntCal04 (Reimer et al. 2004) included updates to the calendar age of the German pine measurements and some reinstated tree rings from German oaks affected by beetles, which previously could not be dendrodated (cf. Friedrich et al. 2004) as well as is included in Kromer et al. 2009).