Idaho carbon dating
River mussel shells are commonly found during our excavations at Cooper’s Ferry.Mussels were eaten by the early foragers who lived in the canyon, providing a widely available source of protein.Officials at Boise State University are aiding in the forensics part of the investigation.In addition, investigators will use carbon dating to determine exactly when the bodies were buried.See the Sea Grant link below for further details about our project.March 2016 We have constructed a composite of the various cores taken during the 2014 field season.
Members of the Elmore County Sheriffs Office, Idaho Fish and Game and Bureau of Land Management recovered the remains after consultation with archaeologists and a tribal representative.
The pdf of core composites shows the locations of the radiocarbon samples.
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