Yes, apart from some dates measured in the first few decades of the method, all radiocarbon dates are corrected for isotopic fractionation.
Dr. Andrew Millard
Associate Professor of Archaeology,
Durham University, UK
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is there any difference between results from charred C3 and C4 plants? Can we simply compare results from the two different types of plants?
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