Dating methodologies in archaeology
Understanding the geologic history of an area and the different strata is important to interpreting and understanding archaeological findings.
The majority of chronometric dating methods are radiometric, which means they involve measuring the radioactive decay of a certain chemical isotope.
Other methods include fluorine dating, nitrogen dating, association with bones of extinct fauna, association with certain pollen profiles, association with geological features such as beaches, terraces and river meanders, and the establishment of cultural seriations.
These strata are often most visible in canyons or gorges which are good sites to find and identify fossils.
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