Peter Griffin posted in artefacts • climate change • earhtquake • GNS • mass spectrometer • natural disaster • radiocarbon dating • tsunami on May 20th, 2010.
Kiran Chug writes in the Dominion Post about GNS’s new $3.4 million accelerator mass spectrometer, which will be used to carbon-date specimens of fossils, rock, or anything else. The mass spectrometer’s results would be used to better understand climate change and could also assist with improved earthquake prediction, as well as, more commercially, dating artefacts. […]
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