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Diversity in open-air site structure across the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary

dc.contributor.authorCarlson, Kristen A., editor
dc.contributor.authorBement, Leland C., editor
dc.contributor.authorUniversity Press of Colorado, publisher
dc.descriptionIncludes bibliographical references and index.
dc.description.abstractOpen-air sites are difficult for researchers to locate and difficult to interpret; containing superimposed events often showing only the most recent. Overcoming limitations of data and poor preservation, using prior research and new analytical tools, and diverging from a one-size-fits-all interpretation, offers fresh insight into formation and taphonomy of open-air sites.--Provided by publisher.
dc.description.tableofcontentsFunctional and organizational variation among Palaeolithic and Mesolithic sites in Southwestern Germany / Michael A. Jochim -- Organization of living space at Late Pleistocene campsites of the Studenoe Site, Transbaikal Region, Siberia / Karisa Terry, Aleksander V. Konstantinov and Ian Buvit -- Understanding space at Owl Ridge, Central Alaska: identifying activities and camp use / Neil N. Puckett and Kelly E. Graf -- Spatial analysis of a Clovis hearth-centered activity area at the La Prele Mammoth Site, Converse County, Wyoming / Madeline E. Mackie, Todd A. Surovell, Spencer Pelton, Matthew J. O'Brien, Robert L. Kelly, George C. Frison, Robert Yohe, Steve Teteak, Beth Shapiro, and Joshua D. Kapp -- Analytical and interpretive challenges posed by Late Paleoindian activity areas at the Water Canyon Site, West-Central New Mexico / Robert Dello-Russo, Robin Cordero, and Banks Leonard -- Boca Negra Wash: investigating activity organization at a shallowly buried Folsom Camp in the Middle Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico / Bruce B. Huckell, Christopher W. Merriman, and Matthew J. O'Brien -- The late Paleoindian occupation at the Bull Creek Site: comparing and contrasting seasonal site structure and resource procurement strategies / Leland C. Bement, Kristen A. Carlson, and Brian J. Carter -- Where are the activity areas?: an example at the Allen Site / Douglas B. Bamforth.
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dc.subject.lcshArchaeological surveying -- Case studies
dc.subject.lcshLandscape archaeology -- Case studies
dc.subject.lcshLandscape assessment -- Case studies
dc.subject.lcshHousehold archaeology -- Case studies
dc.subject.lcshExcavations (Archaeology) -- Methodology -- Case studies
dc.subject.lcshPleistocene-Holocene boundary
dc.titleDiversity in open-air site structure across the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary


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