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  • The history of archaeological research in North East Greenland : putting the GeoArk Project into perspective
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Cultural studies ; Greenland ; Historical geography ; Myth ; North East Greenland ; Project ; Site preservation
  • Starting with a brief presentation of the GeoArk Project and its goals, this paper focuses on the archaeological research history of North East Greenland, in particular the area of Sabine Ø and Clavering Ø, in order to view the current project
  • dramatically determined the quite ill fortune of the archaeological sites and monuments of the Thule culture in the study area.
  • 2010
  • Archaeological Survey in the Foulke Fjord Region,Inglefield Land, Northwestern Greenland
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Fauna ; Fjord ; Greenland ; Human occupation ; Hunting ; Northwestern Greenland
  • The Inglefield Land Archaeology Project undertook archaeological survey of 3 areas of Foulke Fjord in 2006. Based on comparisons with surveys completed in Eastern Inglefield Land, the density of features in Foulke Fjord substantially exceeded those
  • 2010
  • 50 years of archaeology in Southeast Asia. Essays in honour of Ian Glover
  • Archaeology ; Asia ; Botany ; Civilization ; Dating ; Food resources ; Geohistory ; History ; Prehistory ; South-Eastern Asia ; Subsistence agriculture
  • and up-to-date account of the main issues and debates on the region’s archaeology from the late Pleistocene to the early historic period. It discusses questions ranging from food subsistence management, technology transfer and long-distance exchange
  • 2010
  • Using the limit equilibrium method for assessing slope failure conditions in an archaeological site of the 4th century B.C.
  • The impact on the territory of important archaeological sites and related human activities has induced, as a rule, modifications in the local environmental system. An example is represented by the sanctuary of the goddess Mefitis in Macchia Rossano
  • , in the territory of Vaglio Basilicata, close to the town of Potenza (southern Italy). This archaeological site has been affected by swelling in historical times that occurred in the allochthonous, chaotic, heterogeneous, and anisotropic polychrome scaly clays
  • 2010
  • Aerial archaeology in Italy
  • Aerial and spatial archaeology : from the historical photographs to lidar (part II). Special issue
  • Aerial photography ; Archaeology ; Italy ; Methodology ; Photointerpretation ; Roman era ; The 2000's ; Topography ; Twentieth Century
  • 2010
  • The future of aerial archaeology in Europe
  • Aerial and spatial archaeology : from the historical photographs to lidar (part II). Special issue
  • Aerial photography ; Archaeology ; Comparative study ; Europe ; Methodology ; Photointerpretation ; Remote sensing ; Satellite imagery ; Vegetation index
  • 2010
  • [b1] Centre of Aerial Archaeology, Dep. of Archaeology, Univ., Glasgow, Royaume-Uni
  • Environmental archaeology on Longshan Culture (4500-4000 aBP) at Yuhuicun Site in Bengbu, Anhui Province
  • Anhui ; Archaeology ; Archeological site ; C 14 dating ; China ; Flood ; Geoarchaeology ; Geochemistry ; Grain size distribution ; Magnetic susceptibility ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeoclimate ; Sedimentology ; Trace-element ; Watershed
  • Based on the samples collected at Yuhuicun Site in Bengbu, Anhui Province, the multi-environmental substitute indexes such as the grain-size, Rb/Sr, zircon crystal morphology and magnetic susceptibility were analyzed. The age of archaeological
  • 2010
  • [b3] Inst. of Archaeological Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, Chine
  • Agriculture ; Archaeology ; Ecology ; England ; Geology ; Hertfordshire ; Hydrogeology ; Natural landscape ; Natural resources ; Rational use ; Soil properties ; United Kingdom
  • , prehistoric archaeology, hydrogeology, and mineral resources and their exploitation for modern-day life. - (HC)
  • 2010
  • Archaeology ; Arid area ; Cartography ; Egypt ; Geographical information system ; Geosystem ; Natural landscape
  • natural landscape map showing the study area at the approximate time of early settlement. Such products present selected sites, where the possibility to find ancient dwelling sites is higher in analogy with sites of present archaeological excavation. - (EN)
  • 2010
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Children ; Education ; Greenland ; Human occupation ; Inuit ; North East Greenland ; Polar region ; Social life ; Spiritual connotation
  • 2010
  • [b1] SAXO Inst, Dep. of Prehistoric Archaeology, Univ., Copenhagen, Danemark
  • Archaeology ; Climate ; Climatic change ; Greenland ; Human occupation ; Inuit ; Little ice age ; Migration ; North East Greenland ; Palaeo-environment
  • 2010
  • [b1] SAXO Inst, Dep. of Prehistoric Archaeology, Univ., Copenhagen, Danemark
  • Relative sea-level change during the Late Holocene on the Island of Vis (Croatia) - Issa harbour archaeological site
  • The shoreline evolution on the Island of Vis has been investigated. It represents a particularly interesting area for this kind of investigation due to the existence of the submerged archaeological remains, the antique port of Issa, as well
  • 2010
  • Alluvial cone ; Archaeology ; Digital elevation model ; Geoarchaeology ; Geomorphological map ; Human impact ; Human occupation ; Iran ; Irrigation ; Khuzestan ; Remote sensing
  • This paper presents a multidisciplinary approach for studying the evolution of an alluvial fan system in Lower Khuzestan (SW Iran). The study draws on previously collected data from geological and archaeological field campaigns and new data derived
  • from the interpretation of satellite imagery and historical textual sources. Three alluvial fans were identified, successively deposited by the Jarrahi river. Judging from archaeological and historical evidence, the successive phases appear to coincide
  • 2010
  • Shifting ground : archaeological surveys of upland Adak Island, the Aleutian Islands, Alaska and changing assumptions of Unangan land use patterns
  • Agricultural resources ; Alaska ; Aleutian Islands ; Archaeology ; Archeological site ; C 14 dating ; Land use ; Littoral zone ; Palaeogeography
  • 2010
  • The Inglefield Land Archaeology Project : introduction and overview
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; C 14 dating ; Climatic change ; Greenland ; Human occupation ; Little ice age ; Northwestern Greenland ; Prehistory
  • 2010
  • Archaeology ; Geohistory ; Refugee camp ; Site of memory ; Thailand
  • 2010
  • Archaeology ; Architectural legacy ; Desert ; Historical geography ; Oasis ; Syria ; Tourism ; Trade ; World heritage
  • 2010
  • Iron-rich sediments in Dakhleh Oasis, Western Desert of Egypt, have been recognized as spring mounds and as archaeological sites where Paleolithic materials have been recovered. Detailed sedimentologic investigation and mapping of these features
  • of the basin floor. The potentially interpluvial nature of this water resource makes it an important sedimentary archive for archaeological investigations in the basin. The Dakhleh spring mounds record a unique groundwater controlled paleoenvironment, providing
  • 2010
  • Aquifer ; Archaeology ; Bronze Age ; Geomorphology ; Holocene ; Horst ; Hydrogeology ; Iran ; Irrigation ; Water resources
  • . At the back of the horst, a graben housing an important water table in its Quaternary alluvium has been found. Hydrological and geomorphological study shows that the overflowing of the water table provided a perennial flow. The archaeological data allow
  • 2010
  • Archaeology ; Diachronic analysis ; Digital archive ; Documentation ; Environment ; Ethiopia ; Gully erosion ; Historical geography ; Land use ; Landscape ; Library ; Nineteenth Century ; Photography ; The 2000's ; Twentieth Century
  • Here the AA. demonstrate how historical photographs (1868, 1895, 1907, 1936) in Ethiopia are used in studies on landscape and land use changes, soil erosion and geomorphology, history and historical context, livelihood and archaeology. Further
  • 2010