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[TD="colspan: 2, align: center"]Journal of the Month September 2013:
Environmental Archaeology
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This month we are celebrating Environmental Archaeology as our Journal of the Month!We are lifting all access restrictions on 3 years' worth of journal content to make it available to you free of charge until 15th October 2013!>> Visit the Journal of the Month pageYou'll also find...
  • VIDEO: Getting to know the Association for Environmental Archaeology (AEA) by Andy J Howard
  • VIDEO: An introduction to Environmental Archaeology by Tim Mighall
  • Isotope analysis is the future of environmental archaeology by Richard Madgwick
  • A new geological period? Defining the Anthropocene and Environmental Archaeology by Tony Brown and Andy J Howard
  • Fairy circles and peat bogs: reconstructing ecosystems of the past by Tim Mighall
  • Zooarchaeology and Environmental Archaeology by Hannah Russ
  • Geoarchaeology: the underlying framework for environmental studies by Matt Canti
  • The environmental context of past societies: seventeen years of archaeobotany in Environmental Archaeology by Don O'Meara
  • A history of the journal and review of the archive
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Getting to know the AEA
Andy J Howard, Chair of the Executive Committee of the AEA, introduces the society.
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An introduction to the journal
Tim Mighall, sole editor from 2014, introduces the journal.
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#52
Dinosaur Wrote:She's just finished processing a load of samples from my last big eval, which has nicely demonstrated that we won't be bothering to sample anything on the main job that doesn't have obvious charcoal or waterlogged.....
like most jobs then - me and unit could have told you that before you wasted all that effort and money couldnt we slothrop?
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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#53
Need the data to write it into the next WSI to fend the county off though :face-thinks:

Good samples were good though...or maybe that was just cos they were mine Cool
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sometimes I take it as a compliment this slothrope id.

sieve blockage serves who ever right- take your own samples and process them your self and clean up afterwards. All, specialists are parasites. (that's not enough it follows that so are their whole family).

is? vulpes trying to point out the incredible number of whole pot crossing over numerous numbers of context section dilemma. What would be a shock is if this pit was not dug with a 50 ton 360 as it is a spitting image of something that I did when I undertook my first unpaid excavation for molas back in the day for part of my 70 day field requirement. Yes there are no whole pots in the record because that's the nature of a 50 ton 360 held on by a bit of wire and that I like to keep a bit of each pot for my records and leave some sherds for the gods and other lesser mortals in the spoil but this is how I remember it.
Reason: your past is my past
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Unitof1 Wrote:sometimes I take it as a compliment this slothrope id.
and you will save archaeology from grigori (pension grabbing octopus) and we will rename it tyrone in your honour
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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