21st INTERNATIONAL RADIOCARBON CONFERENCE 

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Themes
01 - Calibration
02 - Advances in physical measurement techniques of Radiocarbon, and other long-lived radionuclides
03 - Advances in radiocarbon pretreatment protocols
04 - Specific compounds: Towards new applications
05 - Statistical tools
06 - Variations in radiocarbon reservoir effects
07 - Radiocarbon dating and the Palaeolithic
08 - Archaeology - Eurasia and Africa
09 - Radiocarbon and Archaeology of the Americas and Oceania: Improving Chronologies and Theoretical Insights
10 - Oceanic palaeoclimatology and palaeoceanography
11 - Continental palaeoclimatology and palaeohydrology
12 - Insights into the ocean carbon cycle from radiocarbon measurements
13 - Radiocarbon as a tracer of sources, fluxes and time in continental water
14 - Continental carbon cycle
15 - Atmospheric carbon cycle
16 - Anthropogenic impacts
17 - 14C tracer of life
18 - Cosmogenic nuclides
19 - Unusual Applications of 14C Measurement
20 - 14C and modelling

Abstract
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Keydates
Submission deadline: February 15, 2012 (23:59, Paris time)
Notification of acceptance: April 2012
Please note that the acceptance of an abstract does not mean free-of-charge participation. Registration, travel and accommodation remain at your own charge.
To confirm your paper acceptance you must register to the Conference before April 15, 2012.

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- Oral presentation
- Poster presentation
The Scientific Committee will decide the type of communication for your abstract (Oral presentation, Poster presentation or refused).

Selected abstracts will be published in the Proceedings.





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