Tuesday 13.09.2022
08:00 Registration
Time HG Room F7
08:30 P_02 Christopher Bronk Ramsey
  Radiocarbon calibration: from bane to blessing
Time   HG Room F7   HG Room F5   HG Room D7.1
09:00 A04_01 Tom Higham T01_01 Saverio Bartalini A05_01 Yaroslav Kuzmin
  The challenge of dating archaeological sites beyond ~35,000 BP: Progress and future prospects in radiocarbon dating the Palaeolithic of Eurasia Real-world ¹⁴C quantification by Saturated-absorption CAvity Ring-down (SCAR) spectroscopy Humans in Siberia at the Last Glacial Maximum: desolate landscapes or suitable habitats?
09:20 A04_02 Thibaut Devièse T01_02 Emilio Catelli A05_02 Anita Quiles
  Investigating the co-occurrence of Neanderthals and Modern Humans in Belgium through direct compound-specific radiocarbon dating NIR-imaging and Radiocarbon dating together for making the invisible visible. A non-destructive visualization of collagen before attempting a radiocarbon date Chuchuwaya: People and Nature in the Similkameen    Chronological modelling
09:40 A04_03 Vladimir Levchenko T01_03 Sascha Maxeiner A05_03 Emilie Green
  MIS-3 megafauna radiocarbon ages and blank control practices at ANSTO Radiocarbon AMS below 100 keV Chronology, Climate & Resilience: Using Multi-Proxy Bayesian Chronologies to Examine Pastoralist Responses to Dynamic Steppe Environments and Landscapes in Mongolia
10:00 Coffee break
10:30 A07_01 A J Timothy Jull T01_04 Lorena Becerra-Valdivia A05_04 Richard Staff
  Radiocarbon Laboratories and the protection of Cultural Heritage–update and discussion Testing the measurement of small (<50 ug C) graphite samples on the ORAU MICADAS
The unique early Holocene cetacean skeleton accumulation of the Forth Valley, Scotland
10:50 A07_02 Irina Panyushkina T01_05 Kalina Gospodinova A05_05 Lenka Lisa
  Last chance for ¹⁴C chronology of Bolshoi Sintashta Kurgan: Mesopotamian ziggurat in the South Urals Rapid DIC extraction-to-graphite hybrid system at NOSAMS Landscape transformations since first farmers to presence recorded in soil pauperization in Eastern Bohemia
11:10 A07_03 Alyssa M. Tate
T01_06 Melina Wertnik A05_06 Pir Hoebe
  Inquisitive or Nefarious: The Case of Non-Academic Radiocarbon Customers   Simultaneous ¹⁴C and ¹³C measurements for any source of CO₂  Data before the deluge: Prospects and limitations of summarising large radiocarbon datasets to investigate climate- and environmental impact on hunter-gatherers
11:30 A07_04 J. Royce Cox T01_07 Bin Yang A05_07 Geraldine Jacobsen
  Scoop on Poop (or You Are What You Eat): Radiocarbon Examination of Linen and Fecal Material from a Coptic Textile  An automated processing line for the extraction of dissolved inorganic carbon from water for radiocarbon dating  Radiocarbon dating occupation of The Riverland region of the Murray River, South Australia
11:50 A07_05 Irina Panyushkina T01_08 Cameron Mcintyre A05_08 Susanne Lindauer
  ¹⁴C chronology of the Golden Horde in Kazakhstan Direct Radiocarbon Analysis of Methane by Positive Ion Mass Spectrometry Reservoir effect of shells from Tell Abraq, Sharjah Emirate, UAE 
12:10 A07-d All participants A07   A05_09 Pınar Erdil
  plenary discussion Decisive Progress in the Absolute Chronology of Ancient Egypt
12:30 Lunch
14:00 A03_15 Elisabetta Boaretto G03_01 Beatrix M. Heinze O01_01 Irene Schimmelpfennig
  When the boundaries do not hold: alternative interpretation for archaeological transition, cultural changes and climate Rock-leached organic carbon drives subsurface microbiomes
Holocene glacier chronologies from various cosmogenic nuclides combined with radiocarbon dating
14:20 A03_16 Johanna Regev G03_02 Margot White O01_02 Martin Martschini
  A radiocarbon chronology for Iron Age Jerusalem: Hallstatt Plateau, known age events, and regional offsets Time-series measurements of dissolved organic and inorganic radiocarbon from Switzerland’s two largest lakes Ion-Laser InterAction Mass Spectrometry for long-lived cosmogenic radionuclides in stony meteorites
14:40 A03_17 Lyndelle Webster G03_03 Benedict V. A. Mittelbach O01_03 Christine Hatté
  Untangling chronology at Tel Gezer: connecting radiocarbon, archaeology, Egyptology and the Bible Sedimentary radiocarbon signatures reveal persistent input of soil organic matter into Lake Constance Soil dynamics revealed by cosmogenic nuclides
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