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William A. Lovis,G. William Monaghan
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Monaghan, G. William, and William A. Lovis 2005 Modeling Archaeological Site Burial in Southern Michigan: A Geoarchaeological Synthesis. Temporal Change, and the Woodland Ceramics of the Portage Site at L'Arbre Croche. Lovis, William . Grace Rajnovich, and Aryn Bartley 1998 Exploratory Cluster Analysis, Temporal Change, and the Woodland Ceramics of the Portage Site at L'Arbre Croche.

Modeling Archaeological Site Burial in Southern Michigan: A Geoarchaeological Synthesis. Multi-proxy environmental analysis of floodplain sequences adjacent to known Early Mesolithic terrace-edge archaeological sites has enabled examination of contemporary landscape change and human activity. The sequence has been dated to 9150-8600 cal BC (9480±68 BP, AA-55303) to 7950-7520 cal BC (8629±82 BP, AA-55308) and provides evidence of repeated phases of fire and small-scale landscape disturbance in the early Holocene.

Find nearly any book by William A. by William A. Lovis, Alan F. Arbogast, G. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781611860511 (978-1-61186-051-1) Softcover, Michigan State University Press, 2012. William, and Lovis, William A. 2005 Modeling Archaeological Site Burial in Southern Michigan: A Geoarchaeological Synthesis. O’Shea, John . and Meadows, Guy A. 2009 Evidence for Early Hunters Beneath the Great Lakes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 106(25):10120–10123. William. Publication, Distribution, et. East Lansing. Michigan State University Press, (c)2005. ; no. 1. Rubrics: Indians of North America Great Lakes Region (North America) Antiquities Paleo-Indians Great Lakes Region Archaeological geology Excavations (Archaeology) Geographic information systems. Download book Modeling archaeological site burial in southern Michigan : a geoarchaeological synthesis, G. William Monaghan and William A. Lovis, with contributions by Michael J. Hambacher. Michigan State University Press, East Lansing. v+278pp, CD-ROM) (ISBN 0-87013-738-7). An Upper Great Lakes Archaeological Odyssey: Essays in Honor of Charles E. Cleland. Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, MI. (xiv+247 pp) (ISBN 0-87737-045-1). Selected Articles and Book Chapters Since 2014. Lovis, W. A. and D. H. Carr.

Modeling Archaeological Site Burial in Southern Michigan is the first volume in the Environmental Research Series. The product of more than two decades of research, it examines relationships between regional and local scale fluvial system evolution and the processes that result in the deep burial of archaeological sites―primarily in floodplain and coastal contexts. This multidisciplinary study incorporates findings from earth and social sciences, discussing regional scale processes of environmental change that are necessary to understand relationships between human economic needs, social adaptation, and changing paleoenvironment. Monaghan and Lovis have compiled and synthesized available data on deeply buried archaeological sites in southern Lower Michigan; the result is the most comprehensive single compendium of such data available for any region of the Great Lakes.      Since the processes and contexts present in southern Lower Michigan are comparable to those in the larger region, research modes presented here also have applicability across northeastern North America. This is one of the most important pieces of research to be produced on Michigan archeology.