• Chemical analyses of terminal Pleistocene hearth residues at the Upward Sun River site in central Alaska
    • Kyungcheol Choy (Post-doctoral Fellow, WERC & College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, UAF)
    • January 27, 2017

Our results demonstrate salmonid and freshwater resources were more important for late Pleistocene hunter-gatherers than previously thought and highlight the potential of chemical profiling of hearth organic residues for providing greater geographic and temporal insights into resource use by pre-pottery societies.


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