Marine04 Marine Radiocarbon Age Calibration, 0–26 Cal Kyr Bp

@article{Hughen2004Marine04MR,
  title={Marine04 Marine Radiocarbon Age Calibration, 0–26 Cal Kyr Bp},
  author={Konrad A. Hughen and Michael G. L. Baillie and Edouard Bard and J Warren Beck and Chanda J.H. Bertrand and Paul G. Blackwell and Caitlin E. Buck and George S. Burr and Kirsten Banks Cutler and Paul E. Damon and Richard Lawrence Edwards and Richard G. Fairbanks and Michael Friedrich and Thomas P. Guilderson and Bernd Kromer and Gerry McCormac and Sturt W. Manning and Christopher Bronk Ramsey and Paula J. Reimer and Ron W. Reimer and Sabine Remmele and John R. Southon and Minze Stuiver and Sahra Talamo and Frederick W. Taylor and Johannes van der Plicht and Constanze E. Weyhenmeyer},
  journal={Radiocarbon},
  year={2004},
  volume={46},
  pages={1059 - 1086}
}
New radiocarbon calibration curves, IntCal04 and Marine04, have been constructed and internationally ratified to replace the terrestrial and marine components of IntCal98. The new calibration data sets extend an additional 2000 yr, from 0–26 cal kyr BP (Before Present, 0 cal BP = AD 1950), and provide much higher resolution, greater precision, and more detailed structure than IntCal98. For the Marine04 curve, dendrochronologically-dated tree-ring samples, converted with a box diffusion model to… 

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