Friday, 14 July 2006: 10:15 AM
Convention Center, Room 113AB, First Floor
92: 1.1C Soil Micromorphology, Archaeometry, and Archaeology - Oral
Presiding:Selim Kapur, University of Cukurova
Convenor:Alexander Tstskin, University of Haifa
10:15 AMThe Micromorphological Record of Daily Life and Exceptional Situations in Archaeological Sequences: Tell Dj'adé (Syria), Song Terus Cave (Java, Indonesia) and Moche (Peru).
Marie-Agnes Courty, CNRS
10:45 AMMicroorganization in Soils: It's Relevance to Soil Science and Other Disciplines.
Joselito M. Arocena, Univ. N. British Columbia, Selim Kapur, Univ. of Cukurova
11:05 AMCs-137 and Salt Mineralogy in the Black Butte Soil Series, Virgin River Floodplain, NV, USA.
Janice L. Morton, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Brenda Buck, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Douglas Merkler, USDA NCRS
11:25 AMMicromorphology Used in Search of Understanding Production Technologies of Historical Turkish Ceramics.
Ahmet Ruhi Mermut, Univeristy of Saskatchewan
11:45 AMImplications of Soils in Archaeological Contexts along the Mediterranean Coast, Israel for Paleoenvironments and Basic Pedology.
Alexander Tsatskin, Zinman Institute of Archaeology University of Haifa

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