Studying Scientific Archaeology Series
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Molluscs in Archaeology
Methods, Approaches and Applications
Michael J. Allen
The subject of ‘Molluscs in Archaeology’ has not been dealt with collectively for several decades. This new volume in Oxbow’s Studying Scientific Archaeology series addresses many aspects of molluscs in archaeology.
It will give the reader an overview of the whole topic; methods of analysis and approaches to interpretation.
Landscape Beneath the Waves
The Archaeological Exploration of Underwater Landscapes
At the end of the last Ice Age, sea level around the world was lower, coastal lands stretched further and the continents were bigger, in some cases landmasses were joined by dry land that has now disappeared beneath the waves. The study of the now submerged landscapes that our ancestors knew represents one of the last barriers for archaeology.
Scientific Dating in Archaeology
This volume will provide a timely review of the methods, applications and challenges of applying different scientific dating techniques to archaeological sites and material culture.
Human Transformations of the Earth
An exploration of the impact of human activity on, and adaptation to changes in, soils in different climatic and vegetational zones around the world.
An Introduction to Peatland Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments
Benjamin R. Gearey, Henry P. Chapman
An accessible introduction to the ecology and formation processes of peatlands, and to the different archaeological and palaeoenvironmental techniques that have been developed and adapted for the study of these environments.