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Rethinking Bethsaida

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Popular version of Bethsaida pollen research prepared for "Discovering Archaeology" prior to the date that journal ceased publication. Rejected by "Biblical Archaeology."

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2000

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Llano Grande Project

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Documents related to pollen studies at the Llano Grande site, Jalisco, Mexico. The 2002 report on this research contains tables of pollen observed, but presents interpretations based on a preliminary assessment of site stratigraphy. The 2004 report was prepared after a more thorough final report from 2000 on site stratigraphy.

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2004

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Additional Pollen Studies in Mammoth Cave National Park

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Culmination study of palynological research on samples collected in Mammoth Cave National Park (MCNP) initiated 1974, continued 1978. Reports Early Woodland archaeological-context recovery of maize and cucurbit pollen, summarizes overall research results and archaeological implications.

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2006

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Utah W:5:50: Palynological Analysis

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Draft of report published in A.H. Schroeder, 1965, Anthropological Papers of the Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, Misc. Coll. Papers 75; 10: 85-110. Pilot study of 3 pollen samples suggests pollen chronology developed for Northern Arizona and New Mexico portions of the Colorado Plateau not applicable to SE Utah.

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1964

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Pollen Analysis in the Wetherill Mesa Region

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Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Society for American Archeology, 1960. Illustration of five types of archaeologically relevant information from pollen study of site-context sediment samples: which sites do and do not yield pollen data; intra-site cross-dating of

Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Society for American Archeology, 1960. Illustration of five types of archaeologically relevant information from pollen study of site-context sediment samples: which sites do and do not yield pollen data; intra-site cross-dating of sample proveniences; information on cultivated plants; and relationships of cultural activities to environmental conditions.

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1960