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Virtual PASES Get-Together

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The joint PAGES-INQUA ECR workshop “Past Socio-Environmental Systems” is hosting the next virtual Get-Together on Friday 22 April at 16:00 UTC. Darcy Bird, from Washington State University and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, will introduce to us to the basics and benefits of radiocarbon paleodemography, and will present the new global radiocarbon database as a collaborative effort led by the PAGES working group PEOPLE 3000. In the virtual event, we will also share the most recent updates about our in-person PASES 2022 workshop.

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