CLARa

Niterói, Brazil

Latin American Radiocarbon Conference

The first Latin American Radiocarbon Conference (CLARa) is an important step for the Latin American radiocarbon community, which only obtained its first ¹⁴C-AMS laboratory in 2009 (LAC-UFF) in Niterói, Rio de Janeiro. A second ¹⁴C-AMS laboratory (LEMA) in Mexico led to the expansion of radiocarbon research in Latin America.

CLARa will be an opportunity for the international radiocarbon community to embrace the Latin American colleagues through a series of talks and discussions, contributing to the development of a solid network of collaborators working in the most diverse themes and applications of the technique.

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