The IntCal20 Northern Hemisphere Radiocarbon Age Calibration Curve (0–55 cal kBP)

@article{Reimer2020TheIN,
  title={The IntCal20 Northern Hemisphere Radiocarbon Age Calibration Curve (0–55 cal kBP)},
  author={Paula J. Reimer and William E. N. Austin and Edouard Bard and Alex Bayliss and Paul G. Blackwell and Christopher Bronk Ramsey and Martin Butzin and Hai Cheng and Richard Lawrence Edwards and Michael Friedrich and Pieter M. Grootes and Thomas P. Guilderson and I. Hajdas and Timothy J. Heaton and Alan G. Hogg and Konrad A. Hughen and Bernd Kromer and Sturt W. Manning and Raimund Muscheler and Jonathan Gray Palmer and Charlotte L Pearson and Johannes van der Plicht and Ron W. Reimer and David A. Richards and E. Marian Scott and John R. Southon and Chris S. M. Turney and Lukas Wacker and Florian Adolphi and Ulf B{\"u}ntgen and Manuela Capano and Simon M Fahrni and Alexandra Fogtmann-Schulz and Ronny Friedrich and Peter K{\"o}hler and Sabrina G K Kudsk and Fusa Miyake and Jesper Olsen and Frederick Reinig and Minoru Sakamoto and Adam Sookdeo and Sahra Talamo},
  journal={Radiocarbon},
  year={2020},
  volume={62},
  pages={725 - 757}
}
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