Radiocarbon dating is used to estimate the age of
Both are measured as east of North, or in other words as the angular distance from North in a clockwise direction.
A standard 1” core specimen is shown (above right) with the ‘z’ axis and direction marked on the side of the specimen.
It was great to see the lovely skyline and the CN Tower (shown in the picture below) while every other person was dressed in blue, thanks to a home game of the Toronto Blue Jays.
At this point we would like to express our gratitude to Henry Halls, Phil Mc Causland and Joe Hodych for their help and contributions to get us started in our projects.
Therefore, the two of us, accompanied by Andy Biggin, immediately and figuratively set sails to Canada to kick-start the first phase of our projects. Henry Halls’ studies of the Franklin- and Grenville-Dykes, our journey’s first stop had to be his lab at University of Toronto!