Tephrochronology (Other Keyword)

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Cantwell Ash Bed, a Holocene Tephra in the Central Alaska Range. Short Notes On Alaskan Geology-1978, Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Geologic Report 61. College, Alaska (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter M. Bowers.

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Croxton Site, Tukuto Lake, Arctic Alaska: Background Data for Computer Analysis of Magnetometer Survey Data Collected During the 1981 Field Season (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter M. Bowers.

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Kuril Biocomplexity Project Archive (NSF 0508109)
PROJECT Ben Fitzhugh.

A broadly interdisciplinary, international team investigated the complex web of cultural, ecological, geological, and climate systems in the Kuril Islands. The Kurils provide uniquely laboratory-like conditions for this study, permitting examination of past changes in local climates and ecosystems along an island chain. The islands are situated along a latitudinal gradient extending from temperate Hokkaido Island (north of Japan) to subarctic Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia. Evidence of human...


Preliminary Report on Volcanological Research of KBP 2007-08 Cruise by Japanese Volcanology group (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mitsuhiro Nakagawa. Yoshihiro Ishizuka. Takeshi Hasegawa. Akira Baba. Ayumi Kosugi.

Preliminary report on the volcanic history and tephrochronology of the Kuril Archipelago of relevance to human exposure to natural hazards in prehistory and archaeological site preservation


Radiocarbon Evidence for Ages of Tephra and Paleosols in Central Alaska (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas E. Gillispie.

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Regional Applications of Geoarchaeology in Alaska (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only E. James Dixon, Jr..

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Report of Archeological Investigations in the Vicinity of the Proposed Airstrips at Akhiok, Ambler, Karluk, Larson Bay, Newtok and Portage Creek To the (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter M. Bowers. John Turney.

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Tephra Falls in the Middle Susitna River Valley: Implications for Prehistoric Human Ecology (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Becky M. Saleeby.

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Tephrochronology in Central Alaska (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter M. Bowers.

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Tephrochronology in Central Alaska (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter M. Bowers.

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