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Advances in Archaeological and Museum Science - Volume 2
420 s, s/b resimler, sert kapak ciltli, İngilizce.
Since World War II, there has been tremendous success in the development of new methods for dating artifacts; the so-called `radiocarbon revolution' was only the first such discovery. The increasing accuracy of the various new techniques has brought about major changes in archaeological research strategies. This important new text compiles the work of some of today's most innovative archaeologists who summarize progress in their respective techniques over the last 30 years - with an emphasis on developments of the last five - and the status of current research.
Provides summaries of progress in dating methods in archaeology over the past three decades, with an emphasis on developments in the past five years and the status of current research. Contains chapters on climatostratigraphy, dendrochronology, radiocarbon dating, argon dating methods, fission-track dating, uranium series dating, luminescence dating, electron spin resonance dating, protein and amino acid diagenesis, obsidian hydration dating, archaeomagnetic dating, and surface dating using rock varnish. Includes chapter summaries and conclusions, plus b&w photos. For archaeologists, advanced students, and other specialists.