Archaeological excavation in Cora beach, Desolation Island
A survey of Cora beach was conducted and resulted in the finding 3 sealer
settlements and one from the beginning of this century. A recollection of
superficial cultural material together with the excavation of one settlement
was conducted. Aboriginal remains together with metallic appliances, pipes,
wine glass bottles, gin ceramic bottles of English origins were found.
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During this campaign, the following activities were conducted: excavation,
strain of sediments, sample selection, cleaning, restoration, conservation,
identification, classification, wood identification.
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Bull, J.R., Bertler, N.A.N., Baker, J.A., 2008. Chemistry of modern Antarctic snow: A paleoenvironmental calibration for ice cores. Geological Society of New Zealand, New Zealand Geophysical Society and New Zealand Geochemical & Mineralogical Society Joint Annual Conference. Te-Papa, Wellington, New Zealand, 23-26 November, 2008. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 124A.
Bull, J.R. 2009. Stable isotope, major and trace element chemistry of modern snow from Evans Piedmont Glacier, Antarctica: insights into potential source regions and relationship of glaciochemistry to atmospheric circulation and vigour. MSc Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington. pp. 207
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