Accelerator Radiocarbon Dates from the NOGAP Archaeology Project

Book Chapter
CAA Occasional Paper No. 1 1:143-147 (1991)


The technique of accelerator mass spectrometry was used to provide radiocarbon ages for
31 bone, antler and wood samples. The samples were sufficiently large (0.25 - 2g) and
well-preserved that routine preparative procedures could be used. We encountered no
unusual problems, and so we are confident that the results obtained are reliable.