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Title: Murray-Darling basin freshwater shells: riverine reservoir effect.
Authors: Gillespie, R
Fink, D
Petchey, F
Jacobsen, GE
Keywords: Carbon isotopes
Fresh water
New South Wales
Water reservoirs
Issue Date: Jul-2009
Publisher: Oceania Publications, University of Sydney
Citation: Gillespie, R., Fink, D., Petchey, F., & Jacobsen, G. (2009). Murray-darling basin freshwater shells: Riverine reservoir effect. Archaeology in Oceania, 44(2), 107-111. doi:10.1002/j.1834-4453.2009.tb00053.x
Abstract: We report carbon isotope measurements on pre-bomb museum samples of freshwater mussel shells collected alive from riverine locations in New South Wales, Australia. The calculated reservoir ages, ranging from -60 to +112 years, are much smaller than those for Australian marine shells and not considered significant for the radiocarbon dating of Late Pleistocene freshwater shells from the Murray-Darling Basin. © 2009, University of Sydney
Gov't Doc #: 1500
ISSN: 0003-8121
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