Oxidizable carbon ratio dating is a method of dating in archaeology and earth science that can be used to derive or estimate the age of soil and sediment samples up to 35,000 years old.
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Frink and others have published multiple studies demonstrating that OCR dates can correlate well with radiocarbon dates (see list of published references provided below). Tennis 1997 Significance Standards for Prehistoric Archeological Sites at Fort Bliss: A Design for Further Research and the Management of Cultural Resources. New South Associates, Inc., Stone Mountain, Georgia. Dorn, Ronald I., Edward Stasack, Diane Stasack, and Persis Clarkson 2001 Analyzing Petroglyphs and Geoglyphs with Four New Perspectives: Evaluating What's There and What's Not. Keith, Scot 1998 OCR Dating of Prehistoric Features at the Sandhill Site (22-WA-676), Southeast Mississippi.
Fullen's study of the Sarah Peralta site in Louisiana found that the OCR method served as an effective means of inferring time at the site in the absence of radiometrically dateable charcoal. Submitted to the National Park Service, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Frink's rejoinder to these comments points out that (1) the OCR method has indeed been described in a peer-reviewed journal article, (2) that the accuracy and precision of the method have been reported in multiple venues and that the concept of "scientifically acceptable" is context- and person-specific (and therefore a red herring), and that (3) the equation underlying the OCR method takes into account the seven factors of soil formation, and that these factors are routinely used in soil science applications without question. Cantley, Charles E., Lotta Danielsson-Murphy, Thad Murphy, Undine Mc Evoy, Leslie E. Cable, Robert Yallop, Cindy Rhodes, Mary Beth Reed, and Lawerence A. Submitted to the Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta, Georgia. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(3): 182-202. Garrow & Associates, Inc., Raleigh, North Carolina. 2000 The OCR Carbon Dating Procedure in Australia: New Dates from Wilinyjibari Rockshelter, Southeast Kimberley, Western Australia. Hoffman, Curtiss, Maryanne Mac Leod, and Alan Smith 1999 Symbols in Stone: Chiastolites in New England Archaeology. Stuart, and John Sullivan 19 Excavations at the Batesville Mounds: A Woodland Period Platform Mound Complex in Northwest Mississippi.
In the end, Frink concludes that the OCR method—like any scientific advance—warrants further study, and he points out that even the now venerable "scientifically acceptable" method of radiocarbon dating was much maligned when it was first introduced. Abbott 1997 Fort Polk, Louisiana: A Phase I Archaeological Survey of 14,622 Acres in Vernon Parish. (1998) National Register Eligibility Assessment of Four Sites on Upper Roubidoux Creek (23PU483, 23PU458, 23PU354, 23PU264), Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Submitted to the United States Army Construction engineering Research Laboratories (USACERL), Champaign, Illinois. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 60(1). Submitted to the Panola County Industrial Authority.
Mc Clure 1997 Investigations at Site 41FB245, Fort Bend County, Texas. East Texas Archaeological Society Newsletter 8(6):3-5 Perttula, Timothy K., Mike Turner, and Bo Nelson 1997 Radiocarbon and Oxidizable Carbon Ratio Dates from the Camp Joy Mound (41UR144) in Northeast Texas.