Stuiver


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Stuiver

A coin that circulated in the Netherlands prior to the Dutch guilder's decimalization in the 19th century. It was worth 1/20th of one guilder.
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Now another association between solar activity and tree rings is suggested in Science by Minze Stuiver of Yale University's Radiocarbon Laboratory.
There are seven somewhat stratigraphically incoherent radiocarbon dates from the Initial Magdalenian levels--all dates calibrated with CALIB per Stuiver and Reimer--:
163-175 cm 810-990 ([dagger]) Conventional radiocarbon age as defined by Stuiver and Polach (1977), with [[delta].
Estas fluctuaciones debieron ocasionar grandes cambios en el acuifero de la peninsula de Yucatan que, en el caso de la disminucion del nivel mar, debio haber perdido la mayoria de los cuerpos de agua superficiales como lo describe Covich & Stuiver (1974).
Buchner P, Stuiver CEE, Westerman S, Wirtz M, Hell R, Hawkesford M J, De Kok LJ (2004) Regulation of sulfate uptake and expression of sulfate transporter genes in Brassica oleracea L.
PPC CEO, Paul Stuiver said, We recently communicated to our investors that we would be pursuing expansion opportunities in other parts of Africa, however, this acquisition shows we are still considering any good opportunities to expand our local business.
However, the chief executive of Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC), Paul Stuiver, says: "In previous years, the price of electricity contributed about 5% of our costs, and has now crept up to about 8%, but we expect, once Eskom looks into price increases, that this cost will climb up to about 10%.
Next, the direct deposits are far more likely to involve a remainder less than a guilder, and even less than a stuiver (1/20th of a guilder).
C]) una erupcion en 7540 [+ o -] 100 anos, y posteriormente Soto (1999), utilizando el programa de Stuiver & Reimer (1993) obtiene la edad calibrada de 8330 +70-160 anos a.