INFLUENCE OF MOLLUSK SPECIES ON MARINE ∆ R DETERMINATIONS

@inproceedings{Ascough2007INFLUENCEOM,
  title={INFLUENCE OF MOLLUSK SPECIES ON MARINE ∆ R DETERMINATIONS},
  author={Philippa L. Ascough and Gordon T. Cook and Andrew C. Kitchener and E. Marian Scott and Stewart P.H.T. Freeman},
  year={2007}
}
Radiocarbon ages were measured on replicate samples of burnt grain and 5 mollusk species collected from a single sealed layer at an archaeological site (Hornish Point) on the west coast of South Uist, Scotland. The aim was to examine the impact of using different mollusk species on ∆R determinations that are calculated using the paired terrestrial/marine sample approach. The mollusk species examined inhabit a range of environments and utilize a variety of food sources within the intertidal zone… CONTINUE READING

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