Paleobotanical Study (Other Keyword)

Paleobotanical Studies

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Archaeological Implications of the Paleobotanical Record from Lucerne Valley Area of the Mojave Desert (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas Jackson King, Jr..

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Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-019: Botanical Studies (1982)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William J. Litzinger.

The Environmental Studies crew supervised recovery of paleobotanical samples at seven sites in the Dolores Project area during the first field season. Work was begun on initial characterization of the project area environment and site catchment analysis. Identification of macrobotanical samples was undertaken and water separation of bulk soil samples was begun. Charred corn (Zea mays) fragments represent the major type of macrobotanical remains identified from these sites. Juniperus, Pinus,...