Human fossil dating methods

Author information: Grun anu. The methods that can be used for the direct dating of human remains comprise of radiocarbon, U-series, electron spin resonance ESR , and amino acid racemization AAR. This review gives an introduction to these methods in the context of dating human bones and teeth.
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Love-hungry teenagers and archaeologists agree: But while the difficulties of single life may be intractable, the challenge of determining the age of prehistoric artifacts and fossils is greatly aided by measuring certain radioactive isotopes. Until this century, relative dating was the only technique for identifying the age of a truly ancient object. By examining the object's relation to layers of deposits in the area, and by comparing the object to others found at the site, archaeologists can estimate when the object arrived at the site. Though still heavily used, relative dating is now augmented by several modern dating techniques.
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Methods of fossil dating

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It is the world's biggest haul of human fossils and the most important palaeontology site in Europe: Dozens of ancient skeletons have been unearthed. La Sima de los Huesos — the Pit of Bones — has been designated a Unesco world heritage site because of its importance to understanding evolution, and millions of euros, donated by the EU, have been spent constructing a museum of human antiquity in nearby Burgos. But Britain's leading expert on human evolution, Professor Chris Stringer, of the Natural History Museum , has warned in the journal Evolutionary Anthropology that the team in charge of La Sima has got the ages of its fossils wrong by , years and has incorrectly identified the species of ancient humans found there.
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