However, the core of CARD remains the c14 dates painstakingly submitted by researchers across the world and compiled by Dick.We hope that this revision maintains the relationship that Dick established in one of the first crowd-sourced, big data endeavors: CARD provides utility and comprehensiveness and in exchange, researchers provide us with dates.(CARD) is a compilation of radiocarbon measurements that indicate the ages of samples primarily from archaeological sites in North America.CARD also includes samples from paleontological and geological contexts.
After the carbon dating at Laval, Gallama brought it to Material Legacy for study."I am very excited about this scientific journey," Gallama said in a statement to CBC. I am in suspense and want to know more about the sticks and what's next on this forensic discovery." The company is calling the research "the hockey stick project." A key component was putting the stick through both micro and clinical CT scanners.
Please read our pages on sample weight requirements, and if you are unsure about the suitability of your sample please contact us.
Typically, this is NZD100 for pretreatment and NZD200 for pretreatment and combustion, but charges may vary depending on the sample type.
This is an inspection fee levied by the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI - formarly MAF) on all samples coming into New Zealand.
If all samples in a batch are unsuitable for dating, we reserve the right to charge an inspection fee of NZD50 plus the MPI fee of NZD35.^ Measured by CRDS (precision 0.3 per mil).
Plant remains, charcoal, shells, bone, and other materials that contain carbon are all potentially suitable for radiocarbon dating.