Bannister 110

Tour for students of UA Global Health Institute

Join us for our free docent-led tour at 10AM in the lobby of the Bryant Bannister Tree-Ring Building (1215 E. Lowell St.).

Visitors will be introduced to the basic tenets of dendrochronology and have a chance to examine specimens.

Space is limited and reservations are required. Please email sends e-mail).

State-of-the-art radiocarbon measurements to study Earth's carbon cycle

The development of high-precision, rapid through-put radiocarbon dating for small samples via a compact accelerator mass spectrometer — the MIni CArbon DAting System (MICADAS) — has opened a wide variety of new possibilities for next generation radiocarbon studies. This talk will explain the basics of the instrumentation (which will be installed in the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research in 2024) and explore a variety of examples of the ways in which it can be used to explore the carbon cycle and beyond.

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