Dating i ua


23-Jul-2017 15:25

(Photo credit: Mari Cleven)For decades, radiocarbon dating has been a way for scientists to get a rough picture of when once-living stuff lived. They have no bias, and they have no political agenda; they just stand at locations all over the world," says Charlotte Pearson, an assistant professor of dendrochronology at the UA, studies samples under a microscope.In 1929, with a beam from Show Low, Arizona, Douglass was able to bridge the gap for the first time ever.

"Every year the trees in our forests show the swing of Time's pendulum and put down a mark.Douglass passed away just two years after Libby received the Nobel Prize for his work in 1960.