A Comparison of Marine and Terrestrial Radiocarbon Ages from Northern Chile
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CitationSouthon, J. R., Oakland Rodman, A., & True, D. (1995). A comparison of marine and terrestrial radiocarbon ages from northern Chile. Radiocarbon, 37(2), 389-393.
AbstractThe calibration of radiocarbon dates on marine materials involves a global marine calibration with regional corrections. Data from well-associated marine and terrestrial materials in archaeological artifacts from northern Chile indicated that the calibration is valid for the period AD 200-900 and suggest that coastal upwelling intensities during that period were similar to those of the early 20th century.