Biosilica Analysis of Three Prehistoric Archaeological Sites in the Choke Canyon Reservoir, Live Oak County, Texas; Pre-Liminary Summary of Climatic Implications
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Biosilica Analysis of Three Prehistoric Archaeological Sites in the Choke Canyon Reservoir, Live Oak County, Texas; Pre-Liminary Summary of Climatic Implications. R. L. Robinson, G. D. Hall. In Archaeological Investigations at Choke Canyon Reservoir, South Texas: the Phase I Findings. Pp. 597-610: The University of Texas. 1982 ( tDAR id: 153706)
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