Wiley Online Library. Geoarchaeology. Archaeometry. The Celts: New Myths For Old Professor Barry Cunliffe, University of Oxford 5.00pm Keble College Pusey Room Followed by a reception Archaeometry is pleased to present a Special Virtual Issue to mark the 50th Anniversary of the International Symposium on Archaeometry, comprising 25 past papers from the journal on the themes of the ISA 2012 sessions, and including an original Editorial by A.M.
Pollard. Radiocarbon Dates from the Oxford AMS System Unique to Archaeometry, this resource is the thirty-third list of AMS radiocarbon dates measured at the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit (ORAU) includes the latest series of determinations from the key sites of Çatalhöyük, Abu Hureyra and Khirbet Qeiyafa, as well as others dating to the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and later periods. In addition, new dates are reported that replace previous determinations affected by the ultrafilter problems that occurred previously in the ORAU.
Geographical Analysis. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. Excellence in Reviewing Award Congratulations to Professor Massimo Rinaldi, the winner of the 2013 Michael J Kirkby Award for Excellence in Reviewing for Earth Surface Processes and Landforms in 2012.
Best Paper in 2012 Award Congratulations to Sebastian Doetterl, Kristof Van Oost and Johan Six, the winners of the 2013 Wiley Prize for the Best Paper in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms in 2012. European Journal of Soil Science - Volume 62, Issue 2 - April 2011. Archaeological Prospection. Geophysical Journal International. Geophysical Prospecting. Science Direct. NDT & E International. Computers & Geosciences. Journal of Cultural Heritage. Journal of Archaeological Science. Journal of Applied Geophysics. Geoderma. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis. Materials Characterization. Materials Characterization features original articles and state-of-the-art reviews on theoretical and practical aspects of the structure and behaviour of materials.
The Journal focuses on all characterization techniques, including all forms of microscopy (light, electron, acoustic, etc.,) and analysis (especially microanalysis and surface analytical techniques). Developments in both this wide range of techniques and their application to the quantification of the microstructure of materials are essential facets of the Journal. The Journal provides the Materials Scientist/Engineer with up-to-date information on many types of materials with an underlying theme of explaining the behavior of materials using novel approaches.
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