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Bone is one of the most complicated materials to date reliably.
The Waikato Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory's research into this material has highlighted the importance of correctly evaluating the preservation state prior to dating using a range of quality assurance data, and the importance of dietary evaluation to assess the impact of marine, reef and/or terrestrial foods on the calendar age interpretation.
Specifically, Member 4, the most important was discovered at the Malapa locality in August 2008, a cave flowstone sample was taken from just below the fossil-bearing unit, and found to be 2.025 million years old with acceptable uncertainty limits around 1%, by Prof Kramers working in Berne, Switzerland at the time and another researcher in Melbourne."The combined [hominid dating] results provided a compelling picture, showing existing at 2 million years but with an unknown life span," said Prof Kramers.
Prof Kramers said his earlier work on paleoclimate projects focusing on the record contained in stalagmites in caves led to his research on the ages of hominin fossils.
In paleoclimate projects he and his collaborators found amazing teleconnections between climate fluctuations in the tropics and those recorded in arctic and Antarctic ice caps."While research is usually planned, proposal-driven and budgeted accordingly, the instances where something totally unexpected but potentially important crosses your path should not be ignored. Only comet fragments ever In the 1970's when Prof Kramers was working at the Bernard Price Institute of Geophysical Research (BPI Geophysics) at Wits, his main job was to use lead isotopes to trace the origin of kimberlites and diamonds.