Dating recent peat deposits
We attempted to use wiggle-matched radiocarbon ages to date 2 peat profiles from northern England which have high-resolution records of paleomoisture variability over the last ∼300 yr.
A total of 65 C accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) measurements were made on 33 macrofossil samples.
However, with increasing depth, the difference between the age estimates appears to become progressively greater.
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