11-13 24118 Kiel Tel 04Fax 04 direct telephone: 04 1986-89 BA (Hons), History and Economics, University of Tasmania, Australia 1994-95 MSc (Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy), University of Sheffield, England 1996-98 freelance archaeologist/archaeobotanist (UK, USA, Syria, Jordan, Australia) 1998-2005 Ph D, Archaeology Program, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia Thesis: 2002-04 Research Fellow, Institute of Archaeology, University College London 2004-05 Archaeological Research Assistant, Early Department, Museum of London 2005–10 Assistant Scientific Dating Co-ordinator, English Heritage, London Radiocarbon and other scientific dating methods Bayesian chronological modelling Environmental archaeology Palaeoenvironmental research Interpretation of scientific data in archaeology Editorship of Conference Proceedings, with External Peer-Review 2015. Papers in Externally-Refereed Journals in press Meadows J, Bērziņš V, Legzdiņa D, Lübke H, Schmölcke U, Zagorska I and Zariņa G.
Stone-Age subsistence strategies at Lake Burtnieks, Latvia.
In particular, quality criteria to assess bone mineral radiocarbon dating reliability are still lacking.
Long term stability is demonstrated by the results obtained for IAEA reference materials, measured routinely and regularly over the years.
C in nature and its use for dating was first demonstrated by Willard Libby (1946) who received the Nobel Prize in chemistry for his investigations.
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