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Each project represents a specific study or research effort conducted by a single investigator or a team of collaborating investigators. The data and documentation presented in a project can be freely used and referenced by the research community and public for re-analysis, comparison with other collections, visualization , or other applications provided data contributors are properly credited with citation.

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Mikt’sqaq Angayuk Finds ★★★☆☆ Finds catalog from Mikt’sqaq Angayuk, an historic Alutiiq settlement of the early 19th century, Alaska Amy V. Margaris, Fanny Ballantine-Himberg, Mark Rusk, Patrick Saltonstall Alaska, Alutiiq, Kodiak, Russian colonialism, trade, subsistence, economy, historical archaeology, finds catalog, archaeological collections
Asian Stoneware Jars ★★★☆☆ Element composition of Asian Stoneware Jars from the 9th - 19th centuries CE Peter Grave inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry, neutron activation analysis, Early Modern, trade, stoneware, dragon jars
Zooarchaeology of Öküzini Cave ★★★☆☆ Animal exploitation patterns in SW Anatolia during the Epipaleolithic from assemblages excavated from a finely-stratified cave Levent Atici Öküzini Cave, Western Taurus Mountains, South West Anatolia, Turkey, Epipaleolithic, Terminal Pleistocene, Zooarchaeology, Forager adaptations, Hunting, Subsistence
Zooarchaeology of Karain Cave B ★★★☆☆ Changes in hunter-gatherer lifestyles that may have led to sedentary agricultural economies in SW Anatolia Levent Atici Karain B Cave, Western Taurus Mountains, South West Anatolia, Turkey, Epipaleolithic, Terminal Pleistocene, Zooarchaeology, Faunal analysis, Foragers, Hunting, Caprines, Subsistence
West Stow West Zooarchaeology (Forthcoming) West Stow, Suffolk County, UK Rescue excavations conducted at the site in advance of the construction of a new Visitor Centre Pamela Crabtree West Stow village, subsistence, mammal and bird remains, economy, Early Anglo-Saxon, zooarchaeology

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