Beta Analytic and its subsidiary Isobar Science will be hosting a webinar focused on bones.
Topics include: Isotopes in dating, diets and migration studies
Live Webinar: October 21, 2021 at 11:00 AM EST
Speaker: Maren Pauly, PhD
Aside from information on selecting optimal bone sample types and methods of preparation, this webinar will also cover:
Dr. Pauly will also discuss the factors to consider when choosing a lab for analysis and the best practices in collecting, handling and packing bones for submission.
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Maren Pauly is a paleoclimatologist with a PhD in Natural Sciences. She completed her Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees at the University of Waterloo in Canada and her PhD at the Freie Universität Berlin. Her research experience includes reconstructing climate from modern corals and subfossil tree-rings as well as Late Glacial radiocarbon calibration.
Miami-based Beta Analytic is an ISO 17025-accredited radiocarbon dating laboratory, which also provides stable isotope analysis for several materials, including:
– δ13C + δ15N + %C + %N + C:N for non-cremated bones
– δ13C + δ18O for carbonates
– δ17O and δD + δ18O + δ13C on water DIC
Isobar Science provides Uranium-Thorium dating, strontium analysis and geochemical fingerprinting services, among others. The company specializes in high-precision elemental analysis of isotopes, isotope ratios using wet chemistry, (LA-)MC-ICP-MS, and IRMS.
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