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Radiocarbon Conference 2009
Pre-Conference Trip to the Kilauea Lava Flows
Photo album on the pre-conference field trip to the lava flows of Kilauea. (Photos C. McIntyre) See also this USGS webpage.
Excursion to the Summit of Mauna Kea
Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain of the world and one of the best locations for astronomical observatories. In Hawaiian mythology Mauna Kea is also home to Poliahu.
See also: Mauna Kea Visitor Center - Mauna Kea WebcamsMauna Kea Summit Adventures (tour operator)
Conference Outing June 3rd 2009
Some pictures of the conference outing to the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden and the Hawaii Volcano National Park.
Brad Rosenheim's video clip (.avi) of a Manta Ray
Conference Poster:A New Gas Accepting Negative Ion Source for 14C Detection E.Galutschek, J. Wills, C. McIntyre, K. von Reden, W. Jenkins, R. Schneider, and M.L. Roberts
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