“Most achievements in science are to a certain degree group efforts.”  	–Willard Libby

The Radiocarbon Collaborative is jointly supported by the US Forest Service, the W.M. Keck Carbon Cycle Accelerator Mass Spectrometer Facility at University of California, Irvine, and Michigan Technological University (MTU).

Our organization is dedicated to advancing climate and carbon science through making radiocarbon accessible, decipherable, and collaborative. We provide educational tools and guidance on finding an appropriate graphite lab and mentoring partner.

We encourage all researchers to make their radiocarbon data publicly available through an online database such as the International Soil Carbon Network.

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