Combining numerical and relative age dating
The advance of our knowledge about gender inequality over the past half century has been remarkable.Research on every conceivable aspect of gender relationships and gender status has been unending, across many academic fields, pursued from the widest possible range of theoretical frameworks and methodological strategies.
Cook National Park (Southern Alps, New Zealand), where the apparent "supremacy" of TCND-ages seem to overrule glacial geomorphological principles.
One ledge of another moraine complex contains 2 TCND-sampled boulders apparently representing two separate "moraines"-clusters of an age difference in the order of 1,500 years.
Although recently criticism has been raised regarding the non-contested application of the arithmetic mean for calculation of TCND-ages for individual moraines, this problem is still not properly addressed in every case and significant age differences of individual boulders on moraine ridges create uncertainties with their palaeoclimatic interpretation.
Still, we face many as yet unanswered questions and find it difficult to reach consensus about the meaning and implications of much that we have discovered.
The accumulation of contentious knowledge has made mastery of this field challenging, with the unfortunate result that many people today rely on arguments and explanations as flawed and simplistic as they were a half century ago.