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I will be dating 48 corals with the U-series dating method, 3 of which are the coral with large discrepancies between radiocarbon and U-series dates, 23 of the Christmas coral rubble samples that were dated with the radiocarbon method, 2 samples from Palmyra whose radiocarbon dates fell near the Medieval Climate Anomaly, and 16 additional corals of unknown age from the Christmas Island rubble collection. Another problem we have to consider is that the samples for dating were taken within 2 cm of the exposed coral surface.The next time we visit our large coral archive at Christmas Island, we will sample in the interior of the rubble sample, just in case. Stay tuned next week when I’ll go into more details about the U-series dating method for corals.It makes intuitive sense that younger coral rubble would be closer to the shore since they are most likely washed up storm deposits.This will guide our next sampling trip (in August perhaps?? ), focusing on grabbing samples from the back ridges and grabbing samples further down in the rubble pile to try and find several thousand year old samples.