Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre Radiocarbon Measurements IV
AuthorHarkness, D. D.
South Orkney Islands
Scotia Sea Islands
South Shetland Islands
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CitationHarkness, D. D. (1981). Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre radiocarbon measurements IV. Radiocarbon, 23(2), 252-304.
PublisherAmerican Journal of Science
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