Radiocarbon dates (Other Keyword)

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Additional Radiocarbon Dates for Western Polynesia (1967)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Janet M. Davidson. R. C. Green. A. G. Buist. K. M. Peters.

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The Archaeology of West Point, Seattle, Washington, 4,000 Years of Hunter-Fisher-Gatherer Land Use in Southern Puget Sound, Volume 1, Part 1 (1995)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lynn L. Larson. Dennis E. Lewarch.

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Archeological Survey and Testing at Isle Royale National Park, 1987-1990 Seasons (1995)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Caven P. Clark.

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Cultural Resource Survey and Evaluation for the Four Seasons at Kent Island, Queen Anne's County, Maryland (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas W. Davis. Jennifer A. Tobey. Martha Williams. Christopher Schaney. Mitzy Schramke. Scott Meacham.

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Dating Pacific Period Settlement Pattern Dynamics in the Prince Rupert Harbor Region of Northern British Columbia. (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kenneth Ames. Andrew Martindale. Kevan Edinborough. Kisha Supernent. Bryn Letham.

A large regional suite of radiocarbon dates documents changing Pacific Period settlement patterns in the Prince Rupert Harbor region of northern British Columbia. Late Pleistocene/Holocene sea level changes focuses discussion on the last 5000 years. At that time, the settlement pattern appears to be one of small, one to four house communities dispersed across the sea-scape. Non-residential middens are present throughout the Holocene. Larger linear villages appear after 5000 calBP and larger...


Demographic dynamics inferred from radiocarbon dates and sampling biases (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jangsuk Kim.

Using the number of uncalibrated BP dates or summed probabilistic density of calibrated dates, many studies attempt to monitor demographic dynamics of the past. However, some practical factors including differences in intensity and density of archaeological investigations and the preservation of datable materials, natural decay, and even different financial situations of investigations can cause sampling biases, eventually leading to distorted distributions of radiocarbon dates. Thus, database...


Detecting spatially local deviations in population change using summed probability distribution of radiocarbon dates (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Enrico Crema. Stephen Shennan.

The increasing availability of large radiocarbon databases encompassing continental geographic scales (e.g. CARD, EUROEVOL, AustArch, etc.) is now opening new possibilities for evaluating spatial variation in prehistoric population. We have, for the first time, the opportunity to determine whether and when different geographic regions experienced distinct demographic patterns using an absolute chronological framework. This line of research is however hindered by spatially uneven sample sizes...


Final: Excavations at the Dixon Site (13Wd8): Correctionville Phase Oneota IN Northwest Iowa (1995)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard L. Fishel.

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The Fog Creek Archeological Sites Badlands National Park (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ann M. Johnson.

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Holocene climate change and human population growth rates (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Erick Robinson. H. Jabran Zahid. Bryan N. Shuman. Robert L. Kelly.

Statistical analysis of large databases of radiocarbon dates enables research on the processes regulating human population growth rates. Recent analysis of summed probability distributions of dates from the entire states of Colorado and Wyoming has found that both states had similar long-term growth rates of .04% for most of the Holocene. This growth rate was the same for Australia, Europe, and North America throughout much of the Holocene. Similar growth rates between different environments and...


Limited Data Recovery Investigations at Site CA-SDI-11767, a La Jolla Complex Site Along the Lower San Diego River Valley Mission Valley West Light Transit Project San Diego California (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Theodore Cooley. Patricia Mitchell.

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New AMS Dates for Paquimé, Northern Chihuahua, Mexico (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mary Katzenberg. Jane H. Kelley. Adrianne Offenbecker. Cormac McSparron. Paula Reimer.

In an effort to resolve some long standing questions about the chronology of the site of Paquimé, accelerator radiocarbon dates were obtained from bone collagen of 77 burials. Bone samples were obtained as part of a larger project to explore life history and diet at the site. We address three questions: the temporal relationship between the Viejo period (Convento site) and Medio period (Paquimé), whether or not the "non-interred" individuals from the Medio phase at Paquimé date to the later...


Paired radiocarbon dating on bioanthropological and textile samples from the Pica 8 Cemetery (Atacama Desert, northern Chile) (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Francisca Santana Sagredo. Rick Schulting. Julia Lee-Thorp. Carolina Agüero. Mauricio Uribe.

Pica 8 is an inland cemetery of the Late Intermediate Period (AD 900-1450) in northern Chile. Previous stable isotope studies indicate highly variable dietary contributions of marine and terrestrial foods. However, it is unclear whether this variability is related to change over time or to the presence of groups with different origins. In order to evaluate whether these differences are diachronic or synchronic, radiocarbon dates were carried out on 23 samples. Given the high marine consumption...


Phase II Archaeological Testing at Three Sites IN the Iowa River Greenbbelt (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James Collins.

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Phase II Archaeological Testing of the Luce Creek Site (18AN143), Anne Arundel County, Maryland (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hettie L. Ballweber.

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Radiocarbon Dates and Local Variation in Long-term Trends in Far Southeastern New Mexico (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jim Railey.

There are now well over 1,000 radiocarbon dates from the BLM’s Carlsbad Field Office region, and local variation in long-term patterns is becoming increasingly evident. In the Mescalero Plain, and most local areas within it, radiocarbon dates exhibit a prominent frequency spike in the 7th and 8th centuries A.D., followed by a precipitous plunge in the number of dates. But some local areas within the Mescalero Plain the numbers of dates remain comparatively high in the Late Formative period (A.D....


Radiocarbon Dates for Western Samoa (1965)
DOCUMENT Citation Only R. C. Green. J. M. Davidson.

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Radiocarbon Dates from the Morrisroe Site, Livingston County, Kentucky (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gerald T. Conaty. Jack D. Nance.

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Radiocarbon Dates from the Morrisroe Site, Livingston County, Kentucky (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gerald T. Conaty. Jack D. Nance.

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Report of the 1974 Field Activities of the Kent County Archaeological Research Project (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Steve Wilke. Gail Thompson.

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Report on Two Radiocarbon Dates from Mammoth Cave, Kentucky (1958)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Douglas W. Schwartz.

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A revised Kaminaljuyu chronology and its implications for social processes (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Takeshi Inomata.

An evaluation of new and existing data indicates that the Middle and Late Preclassic portions of the Kaminaljuyu chronology need to be shifted 300 or 400 years later. This paper primarily examines relevant radiocarbon dates and then discusses the implications of this revision for our understanding of how centralized polities with rulership developed in the southern Maya area and in the Maya lowlands. SAA 2015 abstracts made available in tDAR courtesy of the Society for American Archaeology and...


"Some Adena and Hopewell Radiocarbon Dates." in Radiocarbon Dating: (1951)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James B. Griffin.

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