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A high-resolution age model was developed for Kettle Lake, North Dakota, USA, from a series of 53 accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) radiocarbon ages calibrated with Bayesian statistical methods, which provide a monotonically increasing series of calibrated ages with depth. Evident in the sediment are several slumps, debris flows, or landslides, which are confirmed by14C dating. Removal of these facies produces a continuous sedimentary sequence for the past 13,000 yr with exception of onedoi:10.1017/s0033822200034342 fatcat:m6za424d75hnxkqpau5m2hdule