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14C ages of 43 consecutive single-year tree rings between 2710 and 2655 cal BP using accelerator mass spectrometry



14C ages of 43 consecutive single-year tree rings between 2710 and 2655 cal BP using accelerator mass spectrometry



Radiocarbon 49(2): 459-464



We have measured the radiocarbon ages of 43 consecutive single-year tree rings using accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) with a statistical accuracy of ~2.3 per mil. AMS 14C ages of the 36 viable samples are between 2708 and 2666 cal BP, a period in which the Delta 14C of the IntCal04 curve (Reimer et al. 2004) shows an enhancement. The 14C ages of the samples are scattered with a Gaussian distribution around the interpolated IntCal04 calibration curve.

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