Suess wriggles Small oscillations, mostly lasting 2–3 years, between the 14C determinations and dendrochronological age determinations of the same piece of wood. These were thought originally to be instrumental, but are now considered to reflect genuine changes in 14C productivity of uncertain cause.
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