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The tropospheric 14CO2 level in mid latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere (1959-2003)
A comprehensive tropospheric (super 14) CO (sub 2) data set of quasi-continuous observations covering the time span from 1959 to 2003 is presented. Samples were collected at 3 European mountain sitesExpand
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A 7400-year tree-ring chronology in northern Swedish Lapland: natural climatic variability expressed on annual to millennial timescales
Tree-ring widths from 880 living, dry dead, and subfossil northern Swedish pines (Pinus syl vestris L.) have been assembled into a continuous and precisely dated chronology (the TorneträskExpand
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Environmental response to climatic and volcanic events in central Europe during the Weichselian Lateglacial
This paper reviews major results of the recent German research priority program “Changes of the geo-biosphere during the last 15,000 years”, a contribution to PAGES focussing on changes of theExpand
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Atmospheric Δ14CO2 trend in Western European background air from 2000 to 2012
ABSTRACT Long-term measurements of atmospheric Δ14CO2 from two monitoring stations, one in the European Alps (Jungfraujoch, Switzerland) and the other in the Black Forest (Schauinsland, Germany), areExpand
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Implication of weekly and diurnal 14C calibration on hourly estimates of CO-based fossil fuel CO2 ata moderately polluted site in southwestern Germany
A 7-year-long data set of integrated high-precision 14CO2 observations combined with occasional hourly 14CO2 flask data from the Heidelberg sampling site is presented. Heidelberg is located in theExpand
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Tracing the genetic origin of Europe's first farmers reveals insights into their social organization
Farming was established in Central Europe by the Linearbandkeramik culture (LBK), a well-investigated archaeological horizon, which emerged in the Carpathian Basin, in today's Hungary. However, theExpand
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GEOARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FROM DESERT LOESS IN THE NAZCA–PALPA REGION, SOUTHERN PERU: PALAEOENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES AND THEIR IMPACT ON PRE‐COLUMBIAN CULTURES*
The paper presents proxies from an interdisciplinary geoarchaeological working group. Sediment analyses and geomorphological studies, radiocarbon ages of snail shells and luminescence dating of loessExpand
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The continental tree-ring record — absolute chronology, 14C calibration and climatic change at 11 ka
Abstract Tree-ring chronologies are unique archives for various parameters indicating climatic change. The wood structure of trees deposited in river gravel below the water table is well preserved,Expand
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The earlier Neolithic in Cyprus: recognition and dating of a Pre-Pottery Neolithic A occupation
Intensive survey and initial excavations have succeeded in pushing back the Neolithic human occupation of Cyprus to the earlier ninth millennium cal BC. Contemporary with PPNA in the Levant, and withExpand
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RADIOCARBON DATING ARCHAEOLOGICAL SAMPLES IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, 1730 TO 1480 BC: FURTHER EXPLORING THE ATMOSPHERIC RADIOCARBON CALIBRATION RECORD AND THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS*
The East Mediterranean Radiocarbon (Inter-)Comparison Project (EMRCP) has measured time series of radiocarbon ages for known age samples of German oak (GeO) and for samples from the near-absolutelyExpand
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