Paleobotanical studies are assuming an increasingly important role in archaeology, providing information on prehistoric social structures, environments, and economic concerns. This volume presents the latest applications of phytolith analysis in archaeology and paleoecology. It demonstrates the versatility of the discipline. MASCA Vol. 10Biogenic Opal in Soils as an Index of Vegetation History in the Prairie Peninsula. In The Quaternary of ... Contributions of Forest Opal and Associated Crystalline Phases of Fine Silt and Clay Fractions of Soils. ... CLUSTAN User Manual, 3rd ed .
|Title||:||Current Research in Phytolith Analysis|
|Author||:||Deborah M. Pearsall, Dolores R. Piperno|
|Publisher||:||UPenn Museum of Archaeology - 1993-01-01|