The sample sizes quoted in the table below will yield approximately this amount, if the samples are well preserved.
If this is not the case, more sample material will be required.
In just the past 10 years over 25,000 samples have been measured from clients in New Zealand and throughout the world.
As well as the AMS facility, the Rafter Radiocarbon Laboratory operates a modern, well equipped sample processing laboratory.
“India-based clients will now have an easier and more convenient way of submitting their samples to us.
By sending their packages to our New Delhi office instead of sending them directly to Miami, they will have less paperwork and lesser cost.
Radiocarbon dating research has been part of the University of Arizona since 1954.
The AMS Laboratory was founded in 1981 by Professors Douglas J. Damon (Geosciences) with support from the National Science Foundation.
The samples will be delivered to our Miami lab faster via overnight courier services.
Andrew Pal and Pat Patodia will take charge of communications in the region,” says Mauricio Larenas, the company’s business development manager.