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5. Artifacts and Microartifacts in Anthropogenic Soils

Author: Jeffrey Howard

Published in: Anthropogenic Soils

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Artifacts are objects >2 mm, whereas microartifacts are 0.25–2.0 mm, in size that were produced, modified, or transported from their source, by human activity. Artifacts are typically coal-related wastes (coal, cinders, etc.), waste building materials (brick, mortar, etc.), industrial wastes (coked coal, slag, etc.), and objects of archaeological significance (pottery, bone, etc.).
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Metadata
Title
Artifacts and Microartifacts in Anthropogenic Soils
Author
Jeffrey Howard
Copyright Year
2017
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-54331-4_5