Bone Collagen (Other Keyword)
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Two bison bone fragments were recovered from the Fred Burr #1 site (24GN1095), located on the bank of Fred Burr Creek east of Phillipsburg in western Montana. These bison bone fragments were submitted for AMS radiocarbon age determination.
BONE COLLAGEN EXTRACTION AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF A BONE SAMPLE FROM SOYO 1, SOYO, MONGOLIA (2016)
The Soyo 1 Site in Soyo is situated in the Darkhad Depression in Khövsgöl province, north-central Mongolia. One mammalian bone fragment from Soyo 1 (Table 1) was submitted for bone collagen extraction and AMS radiocarbon age determination to contribute to transitional chronologies between Mongolian Epi-Paleolithic (Neolithic) hunting-gathering and Bronze Age pastoralism.
BONE COLLAGEN EXTRACTION AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF TEETH SAMPLES FROM PAYNE’S CAVE (CA-TEH-193), TEHAMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA (2017)
Two sets of mule deer teeth, recovered from CA-TEH-193 and expected to date to the Little Ice Age, were submitted for AMS radiocarbon dating.
Carbon and Nitrogen isotopic analysis on human and animal bones of Nanwa site, Henan Province, China (2017)
The Nanwa site（1680BC-Song Dynasty; located in Dengfeng city, Henan Province, China, provided a valuable opportunity for the Xia Dynasty and the Chinese civilization investigation. We could provide effective evidence for the food resources utilize pattern and agricultural economy development. Stable isotopic carbon, nitrogen analysis of 14 animals and 22 human bone collagen from the Nanwa site indicated that, wild animals (-19.9‰, 4.4‰, n=1) have a C3-based terrestrial diet. Domesticated pigs...
CHARCOAL IDENTIFICATION, BONE COLLAGEN EXTRACTION, ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS, AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF SAMPLES FROM THE T. THOMPSON SITE (21CO50), COTTONWOOD COUNTY, MINNESOTA (2017)
The T. Thompson site (21CO50), located in Cottonwood County, in southwestern Minnesota, yielded three samples for AMS radiocarbon analysis (Table 1). A ceramic sherd containing visible charred food crust, a bison ulna, and a piece of Ulmus rubra (slippery elm) charcoal were submitted for AMS radiocarbon analysis. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic (FTIR) analysis also was performed on the charred food crust removed from the ceramic sherd to obtain a signature of the foods cooked.
MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS, BONE COLLAGEN EXTRACTION, AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF SAMPLES FROM THE CUC FUEL PIPELINE PROJECT, PUERTO RICO, SAIPAN (2017)
The CUC Fuel Pipeline Project, located in Puerto Rico, Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands, revealed several prehistoric features and burials. Seven bulk soil samples collected from various features were submitted for macrofloral analysis to recover and identify charred botanic remains suitable for radiocarbon analysis. Additionally, bone collagen extraction and radiocarbon date was requested on human rib fragments collected from a single prehistoric burial. Seven charred botanic samples and...
New Radiocarbon Dates Based on Bone Collagen of California Paleo-Indians (1971)
ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS, BONE COLLAGEN EXTRACTION, AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION ON SAMPLES FROM SITES 21HE99, 21FE76, 21BL26, AND 21ML12, MINNESOTA (2019)
In Minnesota, understanding ceramic periods of prehistory and their attendant subsistence practices is of critical importance. Our previous study (Scott Cummings 2017) indicates that problems with radiocarbon dates on ceramics are not unique to this period. Instead, the entire prehistoric record is affected. The natural Minnesota landscape contributes dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) and organic carbon (DOC), confounding efforts to create a clean radiocarbon record. When graphing all dates from...
Stable Carbon Isotope Evidence For Maize Agriculture In Southeastern Missouri and Eastern Arkansas (1986)