The problem is not universal, as the majority of minerals and rocks dated by K-Ar do not contain the excess argon.
Where excess argon is a problem, accurate, reliable dates typically can be obtained using harlequin2, 2001.
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Recent technical advances in both fields now allow the techniques to be used on timescales that are relevant to archaeology, and although technically challenging, both techniques are now capable of measuring sub-1,000 year ages.
TCNs accumulate at the Earth’s surface and so provide a chronology of exposure (Siame 2008).
Backscattered electron images show irregularly oriented stacks of phyllosilicates with curved shapes in the fault rocks and quartz grains deformed by brittle fracturing.
Clay fabrics in the damaged rocks are poorly developed.
A blog of Dr Greg Balco of the Berkeley Geochronology Center in California has a very useful and up-to-date discussion of the issues associated with burial dating and its application ( accessed 15 July 2011).
Novel applications of multiple nuclides with different half-lives are also being developed for determining ages of timing and amounts of soil erosion in the past, with potential applications to archaeological settings (see below).
Our noble gas experimentation includes determining diffusion rates of different gas species in minerals and metals.
The potassium-argon (K-Ar) isotopic dating method is especially useful for determining the age of lavas.
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As far as is currently known, TCNs have not yet been exploited directly in Scottish archaeological contexts, but there is great potential for their application, given the research capacity and analytical capability that are available in Scotland (see below).