Carbon clock gets more accurate [back by 3pm pls]

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Japanese lake records will yield an even better carbon clock, helping to pin a cause on the extinction of Neanderthals

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Callaway, E. Carbon clock gets more accurate [back by 3pm pls]. Nature (2012) doi:10.1038/nature.2012.11622

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