These included some material from excavations lead by the famous Norwegian explorer and anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl in the 1950s and 1980s.
Ricardo Fernandes Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. Thomas Larsen Leibniz-Laboratory for Radiometric Dating and Isotope Research (University of Kiel) Isotope ecologist specializing in reconstructing animal diets using compound specific isotope analysis. (2008a) Aust Arch 1: A database of 14C and luminescence ages from archaeological sites in the Australian Arid Zone. Email: [email protected] are an active research Group that focuses on the application of stable isotope methods to questions of past hominin (including human) and faunal diet, ecology, and environment.
To meet these requirements, international laboratory intercomparison studies with different sample materials are frequently performed (e.g. Intercomparison is especially relevant and difficult for samples close to the dating limit of ~50 k BP, not least for bone samples.
These had been carefully constructed and deliberately managed, and our study showed that the islanders may have added fertilisers." The research team analysed archaeological material dating from 1400AD to the historic period from the Kon Tiki Museum in Oslo, Norway. (2012) Aust Arch 2: A database of 14C and luminescence ages from archaeological sites in the Top End. The INTIMATE-WP4 database is designed for the age-modelling and chronological correlation of palaeoenvironmental sequences Prof. Christopher Ramsey Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art (University of Oxford) Director of the Research Laboratory, Director of Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit. Data obtained from the IRPA/KIK database should be cited as: Van Strydonck M, De Roock E, 2011, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage Web-Based Radiocarbon Database, Radiocarbon Vol 53, No 2, 367-370.