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Chemical analysis of bone material as an aid to the discernment of horizontal stratigraphy Open Access
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Animal remains (Archaeology)--Northwest Territories--Banks Island.
Kuptana Site (PjRa-18) (Banks Island, N.W.T.)
Atomic emission spectroscopy.
Banks Island (N.W.T.)--Antiquities.
Archaeology--Northwest Territories--Banks Island--Methodology.
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University of Alberta
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Kowal, Walter Anthony.
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Department of Anthropology
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Master of Arts
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Masters thesis. Argues that differential chemical alteration of bone parent material can be used to gauge the length of exposure to the forces of weathering. Muskox bone from site PjRa-18, Banks Island was analyzed.
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