Archaeological analysis of artifact assemblages is conducted in parallel with the geoarchaeological assessment. This investigation examines the spatial distributions of prehistoric cultural materials and translates these configurations into morphostratigraphic maps. These maps demonstrate the intersection of stable occupation surfaces with areas of artifact and feature density in order to link floodplain settlements to specific landforms.Measurement is made through an Accumet AB15 pH meter standardized against pH 4.00 and pH 8.00 buffer solutions. Available Phosphorus. Phosphates are among the most durable chemical residues in the soil, and tend to indicate ananbsp;...
|Title||:||The Geoarchaeology of the Upper Susquehanna River: Anthropological Approaches to Archaic and Woodland Period Landscapes and Settlement Systems in New York State|
|Author||:||Suanna C. Selby|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|