MACPHAIL, RI and COURTY, MA and GOLDBERG, P (1990) SOIL MICROMORPHOLOGY IN ARCHAEOLOGY. ENDEAVOUR , 14 (4) 163 - 171.
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Soil micromorphology has been a recognized technique in soil science for some 50 years and experience from pedogenic and palaeosol studies first permitted its use in the investigation of archaeologically buried soils. More recently, the science has expanded to encompass the characterisation of all archeological soils and sediments and has been successful in providing unique cultural and palaeoenvironmental information from a whole range of archaeological sites.
|Title:||SOIL MICROMORPHOLOGY IN ARCHAEOLOGY|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Institute of Archaeology|
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