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Archaeological Data Recovery at a Small Storage Shelter (CA-Sbr-6055 / H) Located in the Castle Mountains Area of the Eastern Mojave, San Bernardino County, CA (1994)
Excavation of the Indian Creek V Site: An Archaic Gathering Camp in the Maryland Coastal Plain (1991)
Floral Remains From Sites 48Sw1695, 48Sw1638, 48Sw1873, 48Sw1950 Locality a and B 48Ab18, and 48Cr40, Wyoming, Appendix B in Archaeological Investigations Along the Trailblazer Pipeline, Volume II, Appendices (1982)
Historic Preservation Investigations at Lots 3 & 4, Block 29, City of San Bernardino, County of San Bernardino, Ca: the Monitoring Program (1994)
MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS FOR SITES 41LU35, 41LU27, 41LU87, 41TY113, 41LU36, HERRERA , 41TY114, LA6437, MACKENZIE PARK, 41TY115, 41LU1, HJDA, 41LU29, 41TY2, JONES STATION, CCC BRIDGE, 41LY52, 41LU43, 41LU74, AND 41LU119 ON THE SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS IN NORTHERN TEXAS (2004)
A total of 283 botanic samples were submitted for analysis from 21 sites located in Yellowhouse Draw and Yellowhouse Canyon, Lubbock, Texas. The area is geologically stratified with five primary strata, four buried substrata, and one surface soil. Samples were recovered from stratigraphic sediments, although the sampling method is not known. It is generally accepted that for plant remains from prehistoric archaeological sites or stratigraphic deposits to be preserved, they must be carbonized....
PHYTOLITH AND POLLEN ANALYSIS AND IDENTIFICATION OF SEEDS FROM THE SENTINEL GAP SITE (45KT1362), WASHINGTON (2011)
A total of ten sediment samples were submitted for phytolith analysis from the Sentinel Gap site (45KT1362), located in Kittitas County, south-central Washington. Previously, a preliminary study was conducted by PaleoResearch to test the potential for pollen and phytolith recovery from site 45KT1362 (PRI Technical Report 07-114). The data from the two preliminary phytolith and pollen samples and the ten new phytolith samples were combined and are presented together in this report. Eight of the...
POLLEN, MACROFLORAL, AND X-RAY DIFFRACTION ANALYSIS OF MATERIAL FROM SITES 26CK192 AND 26CK194/1893, MOAPA VALLEY, NEVADA (2004)
Pollen and macrofloral samples were collected from two sites located approximately 50 miles north-northeast of Las Vegas, Nevada. Sites 26CK192 and 26CK194/1893 represent Anasazi occupations associated with a rockshelter and the head of a deep box canyon. Pollen and macrofloral samples were examined to identify subsistence activities at these sites, as well as to compare subsistence activities between the sites.
POLLEN/STARCH, PROTEIN, AND MACROFLORAL ANALYSES AT SITES FB 10017 (LA 97920), FB 10035 (LA 97938), AND FB 10018 (LA 97921) IN THE DONA ANA RANGE, FORT BLISS MILITARY RESERVATION, NEW MEXICO (2006)
Samples were examined from three sites on the Dona Ana range in the Fort Bliss Military Reservation, southeast New Mexico. Two mano fragments and a stone ball from site FB 10017 (LA 97920) were analyzed for pollen/starch and protein residues. Use of ground stone or other stone tools in processing plants and animals may leave evidence on the artifact surface. Concentrations of pollen, starches, or protein residues recovered from the artifact surfaces may represent plants and/or animals that...
R. H. Stidham's Cobblestone House: Historic Preservation in the City of Highland, County of San Bernardino, CA (1993)
Report on the Mitigation of the Damage to Archaeological Site CA-Sbr-1913, Mojave Siphon Project, San Bernardino County, CA. 42PP (1996)
Report on the Mitigation of the Damage to Archaeological Site CA-Sbr-1913, Mojave Siphon Project, San Bernardino County, CA. 55PP (1997)
Results of Testing and Data Recovery at CA-Sbr-7691, Summit Valley, San Bernardino County, CA (1994)
Over the last decades, as a result of archaeological research inside of the Sun and the Moon pyramids in Teotihuacan, significant concentrations of chía (Salvia hispanica) seeds have been recovered in association with ritual contexts. This is particularly true in Offering 2, pit 59 of the Sun Pyramid and in Burial 6 of the Moon Pyramid. The archaeological artifacts were similar in both contexts, for example Tlaloc vessels, projectile points, pyrite disks and faunal remains, among others. In this...