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Newberry Crater A Ten-Thousand-Year Record of Human Occupation and Environmental Change in the Basin-Plateau Borderlands

By: Thomas J Connolly(Author)
304 pages, 122 illustrations, 86 tables
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The research in Newberry Crater derives from investigations conducted in connection with proposed widening and realignment of the Paulina-East Lake Highway, located within the caldera of Newberry Volcano. Formal evaluation of 13 localities and data recovers at four sites produced a wealth of information regarding human uses of the caldera and vicinity throughout the Holocene.

Initial evaluations were conducted in 1990 at nine sites. Text excavations the following year were conducted at four additional localities. The results of data recovery excavations undertaken at four sites in 1992 are reported in Newberry Crater.

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By: Thomas J Connolly(Author)
304 pages, 122 illustrations, 86 tables
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