tDAR Logo tDAR digital antiquity

Modoc Rock Shelter, IL (11R5)-1980 West Shelter-Snails in 4 liter-Stratigraphic Samples

Creator(s): Mona Colburn ; James L. Theler

Year: 1980

» Downloads & Basic Metadata

Summary

The 1980 excavations at Modoc Rock Shelter collected an approximately 4 liter sediment sample from each of the major stratigraphic zones exposed in the profiles in the West Shelter for malacological analysis. David Baerreis (University of Wisconsin, Madison) and James Theler (University of Wisconsin, Madison) and identified an analyzed the gastropods recorded in this database.


This Resource is Part of the Following Collections


Cite this Record

Modoc Rock Shelter, IL (11R5)-1980 West Shelter-Snails in 4 liter-Stratigraphic Samples. Mona Colburn, James L. Theler. 1980 ( tDAR id: 398908) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8125VH4


Restricted Access Some or all of this resource's attached file(s) are not publicly accessible. They will be released on Jun 15, 2021

Data Set Structure

Measurement Column
Count Column
Coded Column
Filename Column
Integration Column (has Ontology)

Table Information: Modoc1980-WShltr-Snails-4litr-StratSampl

Column Name Data Type Type Category Coding Sheet Ontology
StratumVolume Volume of the stratigraphic sample from a particular stratum.
VARCHAR  Uncoded Value Provenience and Context : Volume none none
Aquat/Terres VARCHAR  Coded Value uncategorized Coding sheet for Aquat/Terres (Modoc Rock Shelter, IL (11R5)-1980 West Shelter-Snails in 4 liter-Stratigraphic Samples) Eastern Archiac Resource type ontology
MNI Minimum number of individuals.
BIGINT  Count Fauna : Count none none
Taxon Identification of the shell to the finest taxonomic level possible.
VARCHAR  Coded Value Fauna : Taxon Coding sheet for Taxon (Modoc1980-West Shelter-Snails from 4 liter-Stratigraphic Samples) Fauna Taxon Ontology - Eastern US
Stratum Stratum designated by the archaeologist.
VARCHAR  Uncoded Value Provenience and Context : Stratum none none
Class Taxonomic grouping, which is usually class
VARCHAR  Coded Value Fauna : Taxon Illinois State Museum coding sheet for Class none
Element Animal body part
VARCHAR  Coded Value Fauna : Element Coding sheet for Element (Modoc Rock Shelter, IL (11R5)-1980 West Shelter-Snails in 4 liter-Stratigraphic Samples) Fauna Element Ontology
ExcYr Year of excavation.
BIGINT  Uncoded Value Provenience and Context : Other none none
Recovery Recovery method, screen mesh size used in recovery
VARCHAR  Coded Value Provenience and Context : Recovery Method Coding sheet for Recovery (Modoc Rock Shelter, IL (11R5)-1980 West Shelter-Snails in 4 liter-Stratigraphic Samples) EAFWG Recovery Method Ontology
CulturalAffiliation Cultural period
VARCHAR  Coded Value Fauna : Age Coding sheet for CulturalAffiliation (Modoc Rock Shelter, IL (11R5)-1980 West Shelter-Snails in 4 liter-Stratigraphic Samples) EAFWG Chronology Ontology
Site Site name.
VARCHAR  Coded Value Provenience and Context : Site Coding sheet for Site (Modoc Rock Shelter, IL (11R5)-1980 West Shelter-Snails in 4 liter-Stratigraphic Samples) Eastern Archaic Site Type

Keywords


Temporal Coverage

Radiocarbon Date: 7770 to 7390 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-6, Unit C, F505, ISGS-813, Elevation 120.81-120.66 meters above sea level, wood charcoal and charred nut shell)

Radiocarbon Date: 9550 to 9090 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-15, Unit C, surface, ISGS 820, Elevation 118.52-118.45 meters above sea level, wood charcoal and charred nut shell, potential for contamination)

Radiocarbon Date: 7370 to 7090 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-5A, Unit C, F503, ISGS-840, Elevation 120.91-120.86 meters above sea level, wood charcoal and charred nut shell)

Radiocarbon Date: 8150 to 7870 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-7A/8, Unit D, F516, ISGS-830, Elevation 120.45-120.41 meters above sea level, wood charcoal)

Radiocarbon Date: 8250 to 7810 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-9/10, Profile, Feature 20/22, ISGS-1299, Elevation 120.37-119.97 above sea level, wood charcoal)

Radiocarbon Date: 9140 to 8700 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-16, Units C,G, and I, F85, ISGS-740, Elevation 117.77-117.69 meters above sea level, wood charcoal)

Radiocarbon Date: 8830 to 8530 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-13A, Unit C, ISGS -797, 118.95-118.85 meters above sea level, Wood charcoal and charred nut shell)

Radiocarbon Date: 7310 to 6950 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-5A, Unit C, F507, ISGS-831, Elevation 120.69-120.34 meters above sea level, wood charcoal and charred nut shell)

Radiocarbon Date: 9030 to 8750 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-15, Unit C, F87, ISGS 747, Elevation 118.37-118.35 meters above sea level, wood charcoal)

Radiocarbon Date: 8350 to 8190 (West Shelter, Stratum WS-10, Unit C, ISGS-808, Elevation 119.80-119.69 meters above sea level, Wood charcoal)

Radiocarbon Date: 8850 to 8570 (West Shleter, Stratum WS-13, Unit C, F59, ISGS-780, Elevation 118.69-118.66 meters above sea level, wood charcoal)


Spatial Coverage

min long: -90.085; min lat: 38.048 ; max long: -90.05; max lat: 38.077 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Mona Colburn

Field Director(s): Steven Ahler

Project Director(s): Bonnie Styles ; Melvin L. Fowler

Repository(s): Illinois State Museum


Source Collections

Illinois State Museum

File Information

  Name Size Creation Date Date Uploaded Access
Modoc1980-WShltr-Snails-4litr-StratSampl.xlsx 43.06kb Apr 30, 2015 Jan 24, 2017 2:06:59 PM Embargoed Five Years
1980 excavation collected an approximately 4 liter sediment sample from each of the major stratigraphic zones in the West Shelter for malacological analysis.
Translated version Modoc1980-WShltr-Snails-4litr-StratSampl_translated.xlsx (45.61kb)
Data column(s) in this dataset have been associated with coding sheet(s) and translated:

Accessing Restricted Files

At least one of the files for this resource is restricted from public view. For more information regarding access to these files, please reference the contact information below

Contact(s): Mona Colburn

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America