Evelyn Keaveney
Evelyn Keaveney
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Queen's University, Belfast
Verified email at qub.ac.uk
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Understanding the variability in freshwater radiocarbon reservoir offsets: a cautionary tale
EM Keaveney, PJ Reimer
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (5), 1306-1316, 2012
Young, old, and weathered carbon—Part 1: using radiocarbon and stable isotopes to identify carbon sources in an alkaline, humic lake
EM Keaveney, PJ Reimer, RH Foy
Radiocarbon 57 (3), 407-423, 2015
Young, Old, and Weathered Carbon—Part 2: Using Radiocarbon and Stable Isotopes to Identify Terrestrial Carbon Support of the Food Web in an Alkaline, Humic Lake
EM Keaveney, PJ Reimer, RH Foy
Radiocarbon 57 (3), 2015
Anglo-Saxon diet in the Conversion period: A comparative isotopic study using carbon and nitrogen
EL Hannah, TR McLaughlin, EM Keaveney, SE Hakenbeck
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 19, 24-34, 2018
Investigation into Freshwater Radiocarbon Reservoir Offsets from Britain and Ireland
EM Keaveney, PJ Reimer
Queen's University Belfast, 2010
Carbon cycling in a complex lake: a novel use of Δ14C
EM Keaveney, PJ Reimer, RH Foy
2015 AGU Fall Meeting, 2015
14C as a tool to trace terrestrial carbon in a complex lake system: implications for food-web structure and carbon cycling
E Keaveney, C Barry, P Reimer, R Foy
chemistry 450, 537-535, 2013
Source and quantity of carbon influence its sequestration in Rostherne Mere (UK) sediment: a novel application of stepped combustion radiocarbon analysis
EM Keaveney, AD Radbourne, S McGowan, DB Ryves, PJ Reimer
Journal of Paleolimnology 64, 347-363, 2020
Tracing terrestrial carbon: a novel application of∆ 14C in a humic lake
E Keaveney, PJ Reimer, RH Foy
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EPSC2016-8515, 2016
Carbon cycling in a complex lake: a novel use of ∆14C
EM Keaveney, PJ Reimer, RH Foy
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, B11H-0538, 2015
Radiocarbon in the Environment–An Introduction
EM Keaveney, PJ Reimer
Radiocarbon 57 (3), iii-iv, 2015
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