A Most Interesting Career: Paul Goldberg's Other Contributions to Life and Science
Many people are familiar with Paul Goldberg's contributions to archaeological research around the world through micromorphological analysis. Many are also familiar with his innovations in this area of analysis. However, few may know of his many other contributions. Applying his notable skills and talents to a wide range of practical applications, scientific and otherwise, Paul has made major contributions to life as we know it. His has been, and continues to be, a most interesting career.
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A Most Interesting Career: Paul Goldberg's Other Contributions to Life and Science. Dennis Sandgathe, Vera Aldeias, Harold Dibble, Shannon McPherron. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 396271)
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