Study of Bomb Radiocarbon in Tree Rings from Northern New South Wales, Australia

Dataset, Last Updated 2014-02-18 13:29:30 , Visibility External RIFCS Published (0012)

Tagged with Atmospheric Circulation, Radiocarbon, Accelerators

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Brief Description Radiocarbon was injected into the atmosphere from atmospheric detonations of nuclear weapons between 1945 and 1980, which leads to increases in the concentration of carbon-14 in the atmosphere mostly
in the late 1950's and early 1960's. 27 consecutive single tree rings sampled from Armidale, northern New South Wales from a Pinus radiata tree were analyzed for radiocarbon starting from AD 1952.
Geographical Location southlimit=-30; northlimit=-30.01; eastlimit=151; westlimit=151.01; projection=WGS84
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Subject arc-code/960202
Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS)
Dendrochronology
Pinus radiata
Atmospheric transport

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Locator http://openscience.ansto.gov.au/collection/465
Collection Type Dataset
Visibility External RIFCS Published (0012)
Tags Atmospheric Circulation, Radiocarbon, Accelerators
Metadata Created 2011-04-13 12:31:40
Metadata Updated 2014-02-18 13:29:30