archaeobotany


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archaeobotany

(ˌɑːkɪəʊˈbɒtənɪ) or

archeobotany

n
(Archaeology) the analysis and interpretation of plant remains found at archaeological sites
ˌarchaeoˈbotanist, ˌarcheoˈbotanist n
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Their account deepens researchers' understanding of the long, shared history between humans and maize, which is critical for managing our fragile relationships with the plants that feed us, said Logan Kistler, curator of archaeogenomics and archaeobotany at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History and lead author of the study.
"Palynological investigations on vegetation and climate change in the Late Quaternary of Lake Rukche area, Gorkha Himal, Central Nepal." Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 13(2): 81-90.
Kistler, the curator of archaeogenomics and archaeobotany at the Smithsonian Institution.
Rock Shelters, Caves and Archaeobotany in Island Southeast Asia.
(2014): The archaeobotany of long-term crop storage in northwest African communal granaries: a case study from pre-Hispanic Gran Canaria (CAL.
(2012), "Integrated archaeobotanical research into vegatation management and land use in El Llano de la Horca (Santorcaz, Madrid, central Spain)", Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, Vol.
El cuarto capitulo se titula "Sewers, Archaeobotany, and Diet at Pompeii and Herculaneum" (pp.
Regarding environmental archaeology and archaeobotany, we recommend the website of the Polish Society for Environmental Archaeology (http://www.geoinfo.amu.edu.pl/sas/).
Chapters blend social history with ethnobotany in a consideration of plant evolution, human customs surrounding plants, and scientific information gleaned from the latest research in archaeobotany and agricultural history, among other disciplines.
The occurrence of former heathland vegetation in the coastal areas of the South-East Baltic Sea, in particular Lithuania: a review, Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 12(3): 165-175.