Scientists use radiocarbon dating to analyze everything from the world’s oldest shoe to sediment samples that shed light on global climate change.
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Improved Earth system models paint bleak climate change picture
UC Irvine researchers sort out the sticky situation at the La Brea Tar Pits by refining methods for measuring the age of fossils
Just a fraction of the carbon that finds its way into Earth’s oceans–the black soot and charcoal residue of fires–stays there for thousands of years. A first-of-its-kind analysis by UC Irvine, Rice University and the University of Southern California also revealed how some black carbon breaks away and hitches a ride to the ocean floor on passing particles.
A conversation with 30-year collaborators F. Sherwood Rowland and Donald Blake.
UCI seismologist Lisa Grant Ludwig finds far more frequent earthquakes along the San Andreas fault.