I have data from an assemblage with a large number of harbour porpoise
remains (>500) from a site in the eastern Aleutians (Alaska) but I don't
know if they would be useful to you (dates ca. 3500-2500 BP). If so, let me
know, I'm happy to share.
>Alice Greenslade wrote:
>>I'm hoping some of you, particularly colleages in the world of
>>contract/freelance zooarchaeology, might be able to help me...I'm trying
>>to create a database of cetacean (i.e. whales and dolphins) skeletal
>>representation for any time period in England preferably, but other
>>assemblages from other countries will be welcomed too. Has anyone come
>>across any cetacean skeletal assemblages for which they could provide me
>>with the raw data?
>>All informaton provided will be duly acknowledged and I will supply you
>>with a copy of the resulting database and chapter. Much thanks,
Susan Crockford, PhD (Zoology/Evolutionary Biology/Archaeozoology)
Adjunct Professor (Anthropology/Faculty of Graduate Studies),
University of Victoria, B.C.
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