Dolores Archaeological Program: Supporting Studies, Settlement and Environment
Petersen, Kenneth L.
Orcutt, Janet D.
Breternitz, David A.
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This volume presents some of the final results of the Dolores Archaeological Program Environmental Archaeology Group and the Settlement Archaeology Group. Six reports outline the development of vegetational and climatic reconstruction for the project area: 8 reports focus on the agricultural potential for the area: 6 reports discuss a number of diverse topics including faunal remains. Phaseolus remains, human bones, and unusual rocks and minerals: and finally, 5 reports on settlement archaeology and population deal with site type definitions, population measurements, subsistence and locational trends, and survey methodology.
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