Clogg, P. and Taylor, J. (2001). Multi-element soil analysis as an archaeological survey technique. In: n.e. Archaeological Sciences '97:. Oxford: Archaeopress. pp. 150-159.

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Multi-element soil analysis as an archaeological survey technique
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Archaeological Sciences '97:
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British Archaeological Reports
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S939
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212
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150 - 159
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outlines an approach to the use of quantitative multi-element soil analysis as a survey tool for aiding the definition and interpretation of archaeological landscapes. Results from case studies in England and France suggest a role for soil P analysis in the interpretation of activity areas in and around past settlements, particularly when combined with trend surface analysis
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Philip Clogg
Jeremy Taylor
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2001
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1 84171 231 0
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Archaeological Survey (Auto Detected Subject))
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19 Jan 2006