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  • Aerial thermography A remote sensing technique applied to detection of buried archaeological remains at a site in Dalecarlia, Sweden
  • Maastricht-Belvédère : stratigraphy, palaeoenvironment and archaeology of the Middle and Late Pleistocene deposits.
  • Alexander von Humboldt and the origins of landscape archaeology
  • Ground-based remote sensing for archaeological information recovery in historic buildings
  • Geography, archaeology and environment
  • Rank-size convexity and System integration: a view from archaeology
  • Archaeology and the study of desertification in Desertification and development: dryland ecology in social perspective.
  • Archaeology ; Geomorphology ; Karst ; Settlement history ; Slovenia
  • The paper presents possibilities of visual assessment of archaeological potential, i.e. archaeological valorization, of southern part of Ribniška Mala gora karstic area. In archaeological literature, the study area is known only for two
  • archaeological sites in caves Lisičja jama (Iron Age) and Koblarska jama (roughly late Copper and early Bronze Age). Until now, remains of prehistoric settlements have not been identified on the surface. With field investigation of karstic surface and application
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Archaeological sites distribution and its physical environmental settings between ca 260-2.2 ka BP in Guizhou, Southwest China
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Carbon 13 ; China ; Guizhou ; Human occupation ; Isotope analysis ; Karst ; Neolithic ; Oxygen 18 ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeolithic ; Soil properties ; Spatial distribution
  • This study presents an analysis of the spatial-temporal distribution of 230 archaeological sites in Guizhou Province, Southwest China for 3 selected time periods from the Paleolithic Age to the Shang-Zhou Dynasties. The relationship between
  • archaeological sites distribution and environmental changes is also discussed based on paleo-environmental proxies of δ18O and δ13C recorded in stalagmites from Southwest China. The results suggest that climate fluctuations had little impact on human settlements
  • in this study area. The distinct physical environment, especially the spatial patterns of karst landforms and arable land played an important role in the archaeological sites distribution of Guizhou.
  • [b4] Guizhou Provincial Inst. of Cultural Relics and Archaeology, Guiyang, Chine
  • Holocene coastal development and archaeology in Turkey
  • as two examples of coastal change and geo-archaeological development on the Aegean coast.
  • Environmental change since mid-Pleistocene recorded in Shangshan archaeological site of Zhejiang
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; China ; Grain size distribution ; Magnetic susceptibility ; Neolithic ; Palaeo-environment ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; Stratigraphy ; Zhejiang
  • Archaeological evidence for a former bay at Seaside, Oregon
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Bay ; C 14 dating ; Coastal environment ; Coastal erosion ; Holocene ; Mollusca ; Oregon ; Sea level ; Sedimentology ; Stratigraphy ; United States of America
  • Rainfall reconstruction using wood charcoal from two archaeological sites in South Africa
  • in archaeological charcoal samples can be used to reconstruct climatic conditions at the time the wood was burned.
  • Tephrostratigraphy of the Bedded Tuff Member (Kapthurin Formation, Kenya) and the nature of archaeological change in the later middle Pleistocene
  • The AA. emphasize here data from the Kapthurin Formation of Kenya and detail a stratigraphic framework for a succession of volcanic tephra and archaeological sites that provides the means to assess temporal change across the Acheulian Middle Stone
  • Archeologische-Geologische kaart van's-Gravenhage, schaal 1:15 000. (Archaeological-geological map of The Hague, The Netherlands, 1:15 000
  • The map shows all known archaeological sites in the Municipality of The Hague together with the surface geology of the area. (AIS).
  • The survival of archaeological monuments : trends and attitudes
  • Archaeological monument ; Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Attitude ; Behaviour ; Farmer behaviour ; Ireland ; Site preservation
  • Chemical enrichment of soils at archaeological sites : some Oregon case studies
  • Soil samples from six sites were analyzed for pH and total P, Ca, Mg, K, Na, Fe, and Mn. P is the most widely used chemical indicator of prehistoric human occupancy of a site, but other elements help in interpreting specific archaeological features
  • features such as natural charcoal concentrations. Vertical profiles are chemically stratified at 10 cm levels, and stratification is closely related to archaeological features.
  • Archaeology ; Geoarchaeology ; Geochronology ; Geology ; Glacier fluctuation ; North America ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeontology ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; Sea level ; Settlement
  • of space, from continental to microscopic, to focus on this key issue in American archaeology, known as Paleoindian archaeology. The paper begins with a brief historical sketch of the debate over the antiquity of humans in the Americas and the role
  • [a1] Dep. of Archaeology, Univ., Cambridge, Royaume-Uni