A marine reservoir correction database and on-line interface

@inproceedings{Reimer2001AMR,
  title={A marine reservoir correction database and on-line interface},
  author={Paul J Reimer and Ron W. Reimer},
  year={2001}
}
Calibration is essential for interpretation of radiocarbon dates, especially when the (super 14) C dates are compared to historical or climatic records with a different chronological basis. (super 14) C ages of samples from the marine environment, such as shells or fish bones, or samples with a marine component, such as human bone in coastal regions, require an additional consideration because of the reservoir age of the ocean. While the pre-industrial global mean reservoir correction, R(t), is… CONTINUE READING

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