Coffman Cove Ferry Terminal, 49-PET-556
Faunal data generated by Madonna Moss from Northern Land Use Research, Inc. excavations at the Coffman Cove Ferry Terminal Site, 49-PET-556.
Cite this Record
Coffman Cove Ferry Terminal, 49-PET-556. ( tDAR id: 390956) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8N017XV
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Calendar Date: 2006 to 2008 (project dates)
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): University of Oregon
Principal Investigator(s): Madonna L. Moss
Collaborator(s): Northern Land Use Research
Landowner(s): State of Alaska
General Note: Like many Northwest Coast sites, over 80% of the bones from this site are fish bones. Terrestrial and marine mammals and birds are also represented. Shellfish remains were recovered from bulk samples and are quantified in separate spreadsheets.
The collections were studied at U Oregon, but are being processed by Northern Land Use Research to be curated at University of Alaska Museum of the North.
Related Comparative Collections
University of Oregon North Pacific Comparative Collection was the main collection used in identification.
Some specimens were transported to University of Victoria where Moss used the collections of Pacific Identifications, Inc.