Radiocarbon ages of different organic materials from the same samples are compared, it is demonstrated that the difference between ages of the fractions from the ice wedges consists of about 9 kyr in Seyaha ice-wedge complex in Yamal Peninsula and about 5 kyr in Bison yedoma, Kolyma River valley.The following article is abstracted from The Biblical Chronologist Volume 5, Number 1. The science of constructing chronologies from tree rings is called dendrochronology. Modern trees are known to produce one growth ring per year. (The idea that ancient trees grew more than one ring per year will be discussed below.) Therefore, by coring a living tree and counting rings from the present backwards, it is possible to determine the year in which each ring grew. The bristlecone pines in the White Mountains of California live to extremely old ages, some in excess of 4,000 years.Ocean corals, dated by another radiometric method - Uranium-Thorium dating - have also helped to extend the calibration curve beyond the age of the most ancient treering chronologies.
The rate of bombardment is greatest near the poles, where the Earth's magnetic field is dipping into the Earth and therefore does not deflect incoming cosmic rays. The re-working of organic material discussed in terms of cyclic syngenetic sedimentation of yedoma.The advantages and the complications of C dating of organic inclusions from ice wedges by the accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) are discussed applying to the search of true age organic material, which is simultaneous to ice-wedge formation.3.5 decays/gram/minute of carbon would be produced by a sample 11,460 years old.