Radiocarbon dates (n=1915) and site coordinates (n=201) from a paper considering the relationship between human activity in the eastern Mediterranean/Middle East and early Holocene climate change, including the Younger Dryas.
A data.frame with the following variables:
Laboratory ID assigned to each radiocarbon date (where known)
Radiocarbon age in 14C years BP
Radiocarbon age error
Material of the dated sample
Species of the dated sample (where identified)
Name of the site from which the sample has been recovered
Country where the sampling site is located
Longitude of the sampling site in decimal degrees
Latitude of the sampling site in decimal degrees
One of three analytical regions (1=southern Levant, 2=Northern Levant, 3= South-central Anatolia
Palmisano, A., Bevan, A. and S. Shennan 2017. Data and code for demographic trends in the paper "Human responses and non-responses to climatic variations during the Last Glacial-Interglacial transition in the eastern Mediterranean", UCL Discovery Archive 1570274. doi:10.14324/000.ds.1570274.
Roberts, N., Woodbridge, J., Bevan, A., Palmisano, A., Shennan, S. and E. Asouti 2017. Human responses and non-responses to climatic variations during the Last Glacial-Interglacial transition in the eastern Mediterranean. Quaternary Science Reviews, 184, 47-67. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.09.011.
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## Not run: data(emedyd) northernlevant <- emedyd[emedyd$Region=="2",] bins <- binPrep(northernlevant$SiteName, northernlevant$CRA, h=50) x <- calibrate(northernlevant$CRA, northernlevant$Error, normalised=FALSE) spd.northernlevant <- spd(x, bins=bins, runm=50, timeRange=c(17000,8000)) plot(spd.northernlevant) ## End(Not run)
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