7 edition of Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives found in the catalog.
by Geological Society of America
Written in English
|Contributions||Angela R. Linse (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
Request PDF | The Geomorphological and Geological Context | As noted in the preceding chapter, geomorphology is a discipline more often found Author: Ervan G Garrison. In Julie K. Stein and Angela R. Linse (eds.), Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives. Geological Society of America Special Paper , pp. (by Richard E. Hughes and Robert L. Smith).
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Soil variability at small scales as a function of slope, drainage, or lithologic change is a common theme in pedology and is also of archaeological significance for stratigraphic correlation and interpretation of site formation processes.
"Archaeochronology and scale", Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives, Julie K. Stein, Angela R. Linse Download citation file: Ris (Zotero). This paper examines the effects of traditional operating scales in North American archaeology and Quaternary geology on archaeological interpretation.
An apparent emphasis on landscape-scale geoarchaeological studies has underemphasized the potentially significant role of small-scale geological processes on archaeological interpretation.
Because archaeology, geosciences, and geoarchaeology are all historical sciences, the scales of their interpretations incorporate resolutions dictated by the nature of the record. The older an event, the lower the resolution of the interpretations.
Scale in Archaeology, Geosciences, and Geoarchaeology. Effects of scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific perspectives.
Stein and A. Linse, Geological Society of America. Pp Rapp, G. and JA Gifford (). "Archaeological Geology." American Scientists 70(1). Wilson, L. The Role of Geoarchaeology in Extending Our Perspective. In J.K.
Stein and A.R. Linse (eds) Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives, pp. Geological Society of America Special Paper Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives Geological Society of America, edited with Angela R.
Linse All disciplines have an informal scale at which observations and interpretation are conducted. Scale in archaeology, geosciences, and geoarchaeology.
In Stein, J. K., and Linse, A. (eds.), Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives. Boulder: Geological Society of America. Geological Society of. Integration of the geological and archaeological perspectives into a unified geoarchaeological approach has been impeded by differences in the temporal scales Author: Charles French.
Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and. Integration of the geological and archaeological perspectives into a unified geoarchaeological approach has been impeded by differences in the temporal scales of analysis used by the two disciplines.
These disparities reflect (1) the chronological scope of the events or processes to be explained and (2) the sensitivity with which variation on this. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, 91 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Scale in archaeology, geosciences, and geoarchaeology / Julie K. Stein --Geoarchaeological scale and archaeological interpretation: examples from the central Jornada Mogollon / Angela R. Linse --The scale of soil investigations in archaeology / Vance.
These three books are about her excavations of Northwest Coast shell middens. Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives deals with the problems of interdisciplinary research; and Sediments in Archaeological Context examines archaeological sediments found in various environmental settings.
Stein JK () Scale in archaeology, geosciences, and geoarchaeology. In: Stein JK, Linse AR (eds) Effects of scale in archaeological and geoscientific perspectives. Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado, Special paper, volpp 1–10 CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1.
Geoarchaeology is an interdisciplinary research area that applies geoscientific concepts, methods and knowledge for analysis of archaeological sites, as well as the reconstruction of past. In Stein, J. and, Linse, A. (eds.), Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives, Geological Society of America, Special Paperpp.
67– Davidson, D. ().Cited by: Stein, J.K. Scale in Archaeology, Geosciences and Geoarchaeology. In Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives, Stein, J.K.
and A.R. Linse (eds.), 1– Boulder: Geological Society of America Special Paper Google ScholarCited by: 2. Stratigraphy has an intuitive meaning to archaeologists even if specific definitions vary (see “ Archaeological Stratigraphy ” entry in this volume).
In the more classical geological literature, stratigraphy tends to be viewed at the regional scale: “The crux of much of stratigraphy is the spatial relationships of rocks over geographic areas” (Schoch, ).
Canals and Aqueducts in the Ancient World. Effects of scale on archaeological and geoscientific perspectives. with each providing a different perspective of Author: Charles Ortloff. Geosciences, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
Dear Colleagues, The first Special Issue of Geosciences on “Remote Sensing and Geosciences for Archaeology” collected more than 20 high-quality peer-review papers outlining the state-of-the-art of research in the fields of archaeological remote sensing and geosciences.
Building upon this success, this second. Holliday, Vance T., C. Reid Ferring, and Paul Goldberg, The Scale of Soil Investigations in Archaeology.
In Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives, edited by Julie K. Stein and Angela R. Linse, pp. Geological Society of .Building upon the positive outcomes and evidence of dissemination across the community of the first Special Issue “Remote Sensing and Geosciences for Archaeology”, the second edition of this Special Series of Geosciences dedicated to “Earth Observation, Remote Sensing and Geoscientific Ground Investigations for Archaeological and Heritage Research” Cited by: 2.A review of work on buried paleosols in the disciplines of pedology, Quaternary geology, and archaeology is presented under the headings of (1) the Author: Ervan G Garrison.