There was initial resistance to these results on the part of Ernst Antevsthe palaeobotanist who had worked on the Scandinavian varve series, but his objections were eventually discounted by other geologists.
Radiocarbon Dating and Archaeology
The stable C12 and C13, and the unstable or radioactive Carbon Unfortunately the Dendrochronological data does not back very far and would like to know if it's possible to get a Radio Carbon Date for this material. The Method "Radiocarbon Dating: The first number corresponds to the years before present. Radiocarbon dating was the first method that allowed archaeologists to place what they found in chronological order without the need for written records or coins. Subsequently, a sample from the fossil forest was used in an interlaboratory test, with results provided by over 70 laboratories.