Soil Chemistry (Other Keyword)

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Activity Area Analysis of Elite and Commoner Spaces in the Ancient Maya City of Actuncan, Belize (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lisa LeCount. Kara Fulton. David W. Mixter. E. Christian Wells. Thomas R. Jamison.

This report describes the results of a geochemical analysis of nearly 1,000 samples from earthen and plaster surfaces at Actuncan, a prehispanic Maya city in western Belize. Studies of the social, political, and economic relationships between elites and commoners demonstrate that the lived experiences of both groups were dramatically different. However, we know little about how social roles and relationships impacted the organization and daily use of domestic and public spaces. Multivariate...


Aleutian Confusion: Vegetational Variation, Soil Chemistry, and Site Boundaries (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David P. Staley.

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The Ashford Sites: Phase II Investigations of Five Sites in Houston County, Alabama (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kate McLaurin-Wright.

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Clemente and Herminia Hinojosa Site, 41 Jw 8: a Toyah Horizon Campsite in Southern Texas (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephen L. Black.

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A Comparison of Three Chemical Methods for Phosphorus Activity Area Analysis (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paige Phillips.

This research examines three different analytical methods used in the archaeological studies of soil chemistry for the purpose of uncovering human activities at archaeological sites. The samples used come from a prehispanic urban center at the Formative period site of Tlalancaleca (800 BC- AD 100), located in Puebla, México. Soil samples from Tlalancaleca were analyzed using inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES), Mehlich 3 soil phosphorus colorimetry, and portable...


Concentration of Certain Chemical Elements in the Soils of Alaskan Archaeological Sites (1951)
DOCUMENT Citation Only H. J. Lutz.

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El Bajo de Santa Fe' (1963)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ursula M. Cowgill. G. E. Hutchinson.

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Forest Fires as a Site Formation Process In the Rocky Mountains of Northwestern Wyoming (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Melissa A. Connor. Kenneth P. Cannon.

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Hopewellian Archaeology in the Lower Missouri Valley (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alfred E. Johnson.

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Identification of a Sinagua Agricultural Field By Aerial Thermography, Soil Chemistry, Pollen / Plant Analysis, and Archaeology (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only G. Berlin. J. Ambler. R. Helvy. G. Schaber.

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The Kellogg Village Site Investigations, Clay County, Mississippi (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James R. Atkinson. John C. Phillips. Richard Walling.

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Lo ritual y lo doméstico: estudios químicos de suelos y paleoetnobotánicos en distintas esferas de actividad en la hacienda San Pedro Cholul, Yucatán. (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Anaïs Dervanian. Lilia Fernández Souza. Mario Zimmermann. Héctor Hernández Álvarez. Carlos Matos Llanes.

Si bien existen registros escritos sobre aspectos económicos y productivos en contextos históricos mexicanos, haciendas específicamente, es importante subrayar que dichos registros hacen mención breve o nula acerca de la vida cotidiana y situación económica en la que los peones acasillados vivían. Ante la presente problemática, nos planteamos evaluar y discutir las actividades cotidianas realizadas en una vivienda de construcción humilde (Solar 30), por un lado, y en la capilla de la hacienda...


Mechanical and Chemical Effects of Inundation at Abiquiu Reservoir (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Curtis F. Schaafsma.

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Phase III: Prehistoric Archeological Research Within Palmetto Bend Reservoir, Jackson County, Texas (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Texas Archeological Survey.

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Phosphate and PH Analysis of Soil At a Kansas City Hopewell Site, 23Pl4 (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Douglas E. Zabel.

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Production and Consumption in the Old West: Examining Cottage Industry and Diet at the Nate Harrison Site (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kristin N. Tennesen. James Turner. Seth Mallios.

A life-long laborer, Nate Harrison engaged in many industrious activities during his time on Palomar Mountain in the late 1800s and early 1900s.  Using historical, photographic, and archaeological evidence, this paper aims to analyze and evaluate the different industries in which Harrison participated and the significance of these activities for the local community.  Soil-chemistry studies, faunal analyses, and various archaeologically-uncovered tools present a robust portrait of activity and...


Soil Chemical Investigations at Five Historic Sites in Illinois (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William I. Woods.

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Understanding Residential Space through Soil Chemistry in the Northern Maya Lowlands (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jacob Welch. Barry Kidder. Céline Lamb. Shannon Plank. David Medina-Arona.

Soil chemistry in the Northern Maya Lowlands has been an effective method at a variety of sites and in a range of contexts such as households, ballcourts, causeways, and ceremonial plazas. Recent chemical analyses of the Ucí-Cansahcab Regional integration Project (UCRIP) also revealed that the soils of the Yucatán, México, are testable using the in-field Olsen bicarbonate method to measure levels of extractable inorganic phosphate. When supplemented with distributional analyses of artifacts on...


The View from the Ground: How Geochemistry Informs Our Understanding of the Regal, Ritual, and Residential Character of Actuncan (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only E. Christian Wells. Kara Fulton. David Mixter. Borislava Simova.

The archaeological investigation of Actuncan in western Belize included the geochemical analysis of one of the largest and most diverse sets of activity surfaces in the Maya world. Over 1200 soil, sediment, and plaster samples from four major architectural complexes representing regal, ritual, and residential locations were assayed using ICP-MS. The results allow a uniquely "atomic" perspective on the changing use of urban space over roughly 900 years, ca. AD 100-1000. This research identifies...