These suffixes are critical to indicating what type radiocarbon data is being presented.
The TX-107 assay was neither corrected for isotopic fractionation nor calibrated when reported in 1965.
Editor’s Note: This blog piece is based on an email newsletter sent out earlier this fall to supporters of the successful 2016 Dating Eagle Cave crowdfunding campaign.
Author Emily Mc Cuistion is a veteran of the 20 ASWT Eagle Nest Canyon Expeditions.
In this section I share my everyday experiences of learning about radiocarbon dating so that the reader can walk in my metaphorical radiocarbon footsteps.
My journey began last winter, and was propelled forward by a couple of key experiences. Raymond Mauldin and his colleagues at the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Center for Archaeological Research (CAR) to assist with a poster for the Society for American Archaeology’s (SAA) 2017 annual meeting.
and by Richard Ross thusly: 8760±150 BP (1σ) 6810 BC 6510-7110 BC (2σ) This notation indicates that the actual age of the materials has a 68% conﬁdence of dating between 8910-8610 RCYBP (150 added to and subtracted from 8760).