Effects of scale on archaeological and geoscientific perspectives

J. K. Stein, A. R. Linse

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Abstract

The seven individually authored contributions (abstracted separately) discuss topics such as: the historical change of scale in geosciences and archaeology during the last century; the effects of regional and site scales on prehistoric interpretations; scales in soil science and archaeology; the establishment of precision and the meaning of time indicators; dendrochronology and the use of variable temporal scales; the effect of scale on archaeogeophysical research; and problems in provenance studies that stem from interpretations made at different scales. -from Publisher

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationEffects of scale on archaeological and geoscientific perspectives
PublisherGeological Society of America; Special Paper, 283
ISBN (Print)0813722837, 9780813722832
StatePublished - Jan 1 1993

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archaeology
dendrochronology
soil science
provenance
effect
indicator

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

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Stein, J. K., & Linse, A. R. (1993). Effects of scale on archaeological and geoscientific perspectives. In Effects of scale on archaeological and geoscientific perspectives Geological Society of America; Special Paper, 283.
Stein, J. K. ; Linse, A. R. / Effects of scale on archaeological and geoscientific perspectives. Effects of scale on archaeological and geoscientific perspectives. Geological Society of America; Special Paper, 283, 1993.
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