Radiocarbon (journal)

Radiocarbon  
DisciplineRadiocarbon dating
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
History1959–present
Publisher
FrequencyBimonthly
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Radiocarbon
Indexing
CODENRACAAT
ISSN0033-8222 (print)
1945-5755 (web)
LCCN75648871
OCLC no.02244603
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Radiocarbon is a scientific journal devoted to the topic of radiocarbon dating.

It was founded in 1959 as a supplement to the American Journal of Science, and is an important source of data and information about radiocarbon dating. It publishes many radiocarbon results, and since 1979 it has published the proceedings of the international conferences on radiocarbon dating.[1] The journal is published six times per year. As of 2016, it is published by Cambridge University Press[2][3] and is no longer available as an open access journal.

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  1. ^ P. Worsley, "Radiocarbon dating: principles, application, and sample collection", in Goudie, Andrew, ed., Geomorphological Techniques, section 5.1.
  2. ^ "Radiocarbon". journals.uair.arizona.edu. Retrieved 3 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Radiocarbon: Information". Cambridge Core. Retrieved 2018-01-11.

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