Radiocarbon Dating Research Projects
The Waikato Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory is involved in research projects around the globe, which cover a diverse range of radiocarbon dating topics/areas.
See below to find out more about some of our current research collaborations.
Important research collaborations:
- Accurately dating the Māori past using marine shell
- Desert People
- At the limit: 14C dating the Aboriginal occupation of Australia - PhD opportunity
- Dating the earliest archaeological evidence from the South Pacific
- The long Pause. A Ministry of Education Level 3 resource investigating the mystery of the long pause between the two major periods of Pacific migration and how the science of archaeology can be used to explain and understand the world.
- Australia's Epic Story - Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH)
- Southern Hemisphere radiocarbon calibration
For more information contact:
Assoc. Prof. Fiona Petchey
Waikato Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory,
The University of Waikato,
Hamilton, New Zealand.
or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org