AustArch: A Database of 14C and Luminescence Ages from Archaeological Sites in Australia

Alan Williams, Sean Ulm, 2014

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AustArch: A Database of 14C and Luminescence Ages from Archaeological Sites in Australia

Location World regionOceania
Non British Isles countryAustralia
TGNWorld, Oceania, Australia [7000490]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
-10.518641655
112.83356377 154.77310642
-44.341887324
Subject Archaeological Sciences (England)AMINO ACID RACEMISATION
Archaeological Sciences (England)ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE
Archaeological Sciences (England)URANIUM SERIES DATING
Archaeological Sciences (England)THERMOLUMINESCENCE
Archaeological Sciences (England)RADIOCARBON DATING
Archaeological Sciences (England)OPTICALLY STIMULATED LUMINESCENCE
Evidence (England)EARTHWORK
Evidence (England)BURIAL
Evidence (England)ARTEFACT SCATTER
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Othercation ratio dating
Otheroxidisable carbon ratio (OCR) dating
Period MIDASPrehistoric
Non-UKOther
Project dates Created From01-JAN-2000
Created To31-DEC-2013
First Released17-JUL-2014
Related information Associated PublicationThackway, R., Cresswell, I.D. 1995. An Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia: A Framework for Establishing the National System of Reserves. Canberra: Australian Nature Conservation Agency.
Associated PublicationUlm, S., Reid, J. 2000. Index of dates from archaeological sites in Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research, 12, 1-129.
Associated PublicationWilliams, A.N. 2012. The use of summed radiocarbon probability distributions in archaeology: A review of methods. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39, 578-589.
Associated PublicationWilliams, A.N., Ulm, S., Smith, M. and Reid J. (2014). AustArch: A Database of 14C and Non-14C Ages from Archaeological Sites in Australia - Composition, Compilation and Review (Data Paper). Internet Archaeology, (36).
Associated PublicationWilliams, A.N., Smith, M.A. 2012. AustArch 2: A database of 14C and luminescence ages from archaeological sites in the Top End. Australian Archaeology, 74, 146.
Associated PublicationWilliams, A.N., Smith, M.A., Turney, C.S.M, Cupper, M. 2008. AustArch 1: A database of 14C and luminescence ages from archaeological sites in the Australian Arid Zone. Australian Archaeology, 66, 99.
Associated PublicationWilliams, A.N., Ulm, S., Goodwin, I., Smith, M.A. 2010. Hunter-Gatherer Response to Late Holocene Climatic Variability in Northern and Central Australia. Journal of Quaternary Science, 25, 831-838.
Associated PublicationWilliams, A.N., Smith, M.A. 2013. AustArch3: A database of 14C and luminescence ages from archaeological sites in southern Australia. Australian Archaeology, 76, 102.
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