Shawnee Minisink. A Stratified Paleoindian–Archaic Site in by Charles W. McNett

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Each year the project members left the field with all lab work completed. Not only was each artifact retrievable by computer, but also each artifact could be physically located as well. Few other excavations can make the same claim, which is a tribute to the efficiency of the mapping and recording systems developed in the course of the project's planning and fieldwork stages. Foresight The technology is now available to improve markedly on the project's computer methods. Instead of arc coordinates, a laser transit could be used to generate the three coordinates automatically in one sighting instead of in the three sightings formerly required.

1). 1 Water-separation procedure illustrating initial phase of soil matrix defloculation and small-scale floral and faunal particle release. 5. 2 Removing freed small-scale floral and faunal remains during terminal phase of water-separation procedure. materials caught in the screen would become free and proceed to settle at different rates. 2). Less-porous material, such as minute lithic flakes, pottery, and other denser material, would then be removed from the screen. Each fraction, the light and heavy, respectively, would then be placed in a lined container and allowed to air dry.

4 {Continued) Mammal Location Mole mouse Southeastern muskrat upper Austral found near water all zones upper Transition, lower Canadian Transition, Canadian Canadian, upper Transition Cooper's lemming Hudson Bay zapus Canadian porcupine White rabbit Allegheny cottontail Eastern prairie cottontail Lowland cottontail Allegheny cougar East Canadian lynx Eastern Bay lynx (or wildcat) Northeastern grav fox Southeastern red fox Appalachian gray wolf (or timber wolf) Northeastern otter Southeastern skunk Wolverine Northeastern mink Southeastern mink Bonaparte's weasel New York weasel Southeastern marten Pennant's marten Northeastern raccoon Eastern American black bear Eastern masked shrew Eastern March shrew North Eastern mole shrew Eastern naked-tail mole Brewer's mole Leconte's little brown bat Say's little brown bat Silvery black bat New York pigmy bat Hoary bat Northern red bat Northeastern large brown bat "From Rhoads 1903- Canadian, Transition Transition Transition, upper Austral Austral all zones Canadian all zones Transition, Austral Canadian, Transition, upper Austral all zones mountain lakes and streams all zones all zones Canadian Transition Transition all zones all zones Canadian all zones all zones Canadian, Transition, upper Austral Canadian all zones Transition, Austral Canadian Transition, Canadian all zones all zones upper Transition all zones all zones all zones Condition today prosperous prosperous prosperous prosperous rare or extinct rare prosperous prosperous prosperous extinct extinct prosperous prosperous prosperous extinct rare prosperous extinct rare rare rare rare rare rare prosperous rare prosperous rare prosperous prosperous prosperous prosperous prosperous prosperous prosperous prosperous prosperous prosperous 4.

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