Geological survey of Canada radiocarbon dates XXX. collated by R. McNeely and P.K. Jorgensen



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ContributionsMcneely, R., Jorgensen, P.K.
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McNeely, R. Geological survey of Canada radiocarbon dates XXX. Ottawa, Canada: Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Geological Survey of Canada, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R McNeely; P K Jorgensen.

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This paper reports the first ages determined in the C (super 14) Dating Laboratory of the Geological Survey of Canada. The C (super 14) dating program of the Geological Survey is a cooperative project; geologists of the Pleistocene Section assess and select samples for dating, and the Isotope and Nuclear Research Section, under Dr.

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