POLLEN ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTS AND IDENTIFICATION OF WOOD ASSOCIATED WITH THE H.L. HUNLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA
The H.L. Hunley was a Confederate submarine that sank in February of 1863 just outside Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Six pollen sample were collected from a sediment column approximately 85 cm deep that had accumulated atop the H.L. Hunley after its demise in 1863. Analysis of these six samples should assist in identifying the nature of the sediments, particularly with respect to timing of sedimentation. In addition to the six pollen samples, a single piece of wood recovered from near the Hunley in a probable scour hole was submitted for identification.
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POLLEN ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTS AND IDENTIFICATION OF WOOD ASSOCIATED WITH THE H.L. HUNLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA. PRI Technical Report ,1996-058. 1996 ( tDAR id: 380617) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8NK3DPK
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