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Miami Natural Radiocarbon Measurements I
Radiocarbon: An International Journal of Cosmogenic Isotope Research
The construction of the dating apparatus started in the summer of 1960 and was completed one year later. The laboratory is located on the bottom floor of a three-story concrete-block building which has two thin concrete floors on concrete beams above the shield. The building is underlain by carbonate mud and coral rock. The geographic location is 25° 43.9′ N Lat, 80° 09.8′ W Long and only a few feet above sealevel. We use a proportional-counting tube with an active volume of 1 L, and a totaldoi:10.1017/s003382220003650x fatcat:udhbropa6ngyzcrtbamvx75a54