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POLLEN ANALYSIS AT GOBBLER'S KNOB, 48SU261, NEAR PINEDALE WYOMING

Author(s): R.A. Varney ; Linda Scott Cummings

Year: 2004

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Summary

Site 48SU261 is located in the Green River Basin, south of the town of Pinedale, Wyoming.

It is situated within eolian sediments on a low ridge about five miles North of the New Fork River.

The site contains an Early Archaic component dated to about 6900 BP and a Late Archaic

component dating to 3950 BP. The site consists of two pit features that probably represent

occupation structures, one of which contained features within the larger feature, and hearth

features outside the presumed occupational features. One pollen sample each from 8 features

was analyzed to evaluate the potential human use of plants at the site and to determine the local

plant community in the site area.


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POLLEN ANALYSIS AT GOBBLER'S KNOB, 48SU261, NEAR PINEDALE WYOMING. R.A. Varney, Linda Scott Cummings. 2004 ( tDAR id: 379113) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8765DRD


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