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The correction data for calibrating RCYBP dates is derived from available dendrochronological records within a given region, a fact which has spurred the extension of tree ring research.

The latest information about available correction dates is published in the journal Radiocarbon and available for download in a free file called Int Cal09 Supplemental Data. Read more about the Radiocarbon Revolution, part of the Timing is Everything short course on archaeological dating.

One advantage to using BP is it avoids the whole philosophical debate about whether in this multicultural world of ours it is more appropriate to use A. Radiocarbon dates after 1950 will likely be virtually useless, unless we can figure out a way to calibrate for that. To adjust for that, scholars now typically cite both raw, uncalibrated radiocarbon dates as years RCYBP (radiocarbon years before the present), alongside calibrated versions of those dates as cal BP, cal AD and cal BC (calibrated or calendar years BP, AD and BC).

Thermolumiscence dating, on the other hand, has a unique situation.

Common Abbreviations for RCYBP: C14 ka BP, 14C ka BP, C ka BP, radiocarbon years, c14 years before the present, rcbp, carbon-14 years before the present, CYBPCommon Abbreviations for Calibrated Dates: cal BP, cal yr. Also, see the online calculator called CALIB; the original program was developed by Minze Stuiver and colleagues over 20 years ago and is probably the best known.

Also see the glossary entry for cal BP for additional information about how dates are calibrated. 2009 Int Cal09 and Marine09 radiocarbon age calibration curves, 0-50,000 years cal BP.

Radiocarbon dating was invented in the late 1940s, and within a few decades, it was discovered that while the dates retrieved from the method have a sound, repeatable progression, they are not a one-to-one match with calendar years. However, a major disadvantage with using BP is--the Present year, of course, changes every twelve months.

Radiocarbon dates are affected by the amount of carbon in the atmosphere, which it was discovered, fluctuated greatly in the past for both natural and human caused reasons (such as the invention of iron smelting, the Industrial Revolution and the invention of the combustion engine). Since the BP designation was originally associated with radiocarbon dating, archaeologists chose the year 1950 as a reference point for the 'the present'.

This has now been done for Bristlecone Pines in the U. A and waterlogged Oaks in Ireland and Germany, and Kauri in New Zealand to provide records extending back over the last 14,000 years.

For older periods we are able to use other records of with idependent age control to tell us about how radiocarbon changed in the past.

In brief, radiocarbon dating compares the amount of c14 in a dead animal or plant to the available carbon in the atmosphere. But, carbon in the atmosphere has fluctuated over time, and so raw RCYBP dates must be calibrated to a more accurate time value.

In general, radiocarbon dates can be calibrated by using comparable dendrochronological dates or other known dating systems. Pearson 1986 High-precision calibration of the radiocarbon time scale, AD 1950-500 BC.

See Duller for a discussion of the options being considered.

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