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Title: Electron spin resonance dating of fossil teeth: some basic guidelines to ensure optimal sampling conditions
Authors: Richard, Maïlys
Moreno García, Davinia
Bahain, Jean-Jacques
Duval, Mathieu
Falguères, Christophe
Keywords: ESR dating;Tooth enamel;Sampling;Datation ESR;Email dentaire;Échantillonnage
Issue Date: May-2017
Publisher: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Citation: Quaternaire, 2017, 28 (2), 155-159
Abstract: Unlike radiometric methods based on the measurement of radioactive growth or decay of isotopes (e.g., 14C, 40Ar/39Ar, 230Th/234U), the application of radiation exposure dating methods (OSL, TL, ESR) requires the acquisition of data from the sample itself, in addition to those related with its surrounding environment. Indeed, for Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) dating of tooth enamel, the origin of the sample as well as its sedimentary context must be well known to ensure an accurate dose rate reconstruction. The systematic record of sampling data in the field appears to be essential for the implementation of the method and thus the calculation of reliable age results. Consequently, we propose here some basic guidelines to help non-dating specialists intending to collect fossil teeth from archaeological or geological context for subsequent ESR dating purposes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12136/124
ISSN: 1142-2904
1965-0795
DOI: 10.4000/quaternaire.8003
Editor version: http://quaternaire.revues.org/8003
Type: Article
Appears in Collections:Datación por Luminiscencia
Geocronología y Geología
Datación por Resonancia Paramagnética Electrónica

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