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New book on radiocarbon and climate change
July 5, 2016



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MPI-BGC Director Susan Trumbore published a book on radiocarbon measurements and their application in ecology and earth system sciences, together with two other leading authorities in the field.

The specialist book is of interest to all researchers in this field who intend to use accelerator mass spectrometry. Its chapters deal with the discovery of radiocarbon, with the history and methods of measurement techniques, with radiocarbon in the atmosphere, in the oceans and on land, and with questions on climate change and how radiocarbon and stable isotopes help quantifying the anthropogenic part of the global warming.

Information on the book on the publisher's webpage




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