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.
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Cite this Record
Coffman Cove Ferry Terminal, 49-PET-556. ( tDAR id: 390956) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8N017XV
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.|
No resources have been associated with this project.