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Haase-Schramm, Alexandra; Böhm, Florian; Eisenhauer, Anton; Dullo, Wolf-Christian; Joachimski, Michael M; Hansen, Bent T; Reitner, Joachim (2003): (Table 2) Radiocarbon ages of Ceratoporella nicholsoni specimens of Pedro Bank. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Haase-Schramm, A et al. (2003): Sr/Ca ratios and oxygen isotopes from sclerosponges: Temperature history of the Caribbean mixed layer and thermocline during the Little Ice Age. Paleoceanography, 18(3), 1073,

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Latitude: 17.533000 * Longitude: -78.950000
Minimum DISTANCE: 0.08 cm * Maximum DISTANCE: 1.63 cm
Pedro-Bank_Pb19 * Latitude: 17.533000 * Longitude: -78.950000 * Elevation: -125.0 m * Location: Caribbean Sea * Method/Device: Biology (BIO) * Comment: Ceratoporella nicholsoni specimen
DISTANCE [cm] is the distance from rim. Distance from rim is measured along the growth axis. 'Percentage of corrected modern carbon'is the fraction of 14C relative to the "modern" value (1950 A.D.), corrected for fractionation using the 13C/12C measurements. D14C values were calculated from the corrected percentage of modern carbon using estimates of the true age of the samples taken from the U-Th datings. This age correction is very small (<1% in all samples) so uncertainties introduced by incorrect age estimates are negligible.
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1Sample code/labelSample labelHaase-Schramm, Alexandra
3Carbon-14, modernpMC%Haase-Schramm, AlexandraCorrected
4Carbon-14, modern, standard deviationpMC std dev±Haase-Schramm, AlexandraCorrected
5Age, datedAge datedkaHaase-Schramm, AlexandraAge, AMS 14C conventional
6Age, dated standard deviationAge dated std dev±Haase-Schramm, AlexandraAge, AMS 14C conventional
7Δ14CΔ14CHaase-Schramm, Alexandra
8Δ14C, standard deviationΔ14C std dev±Haase-Schramm, Alexandra
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