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Archaeobotany and Zooarchaeology

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8th International Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology
University of Victoria, BC, Canada. Aug. 23-29 and Aug. 19-22 (Bird Working Group), 1998.


The Association of Professional Zooarchaeologists of Ontario was founded in 1995 to promote the study, analysis, and interpretation of zooarchaeological remains from Ontario archaeological sites. APZO operates as an informal working group for professional zooarchaeologists with a vested interest in and demonstrated commitment to Ontario archaeology.

Journal of Asociación Española de Arqueozoología. Publishes original papers dealing with all aspects related to the study of animal remains from archaeological sites.

Archaeological Thin-section Laboratory, University of Manitoba
The archaeological thin-section laboratory of the University of Manitoba is being set up to train anthropology students in incremental analysis - the study of growth marks in mineralized tissues - a promising technique for the study of fossil animals.

ARCHAEOBOTANY - Discussion List
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Birmingham Zooarchaeology Laboratory
Department of Ancient History and Archaeology

Botanical Collections - Smithsonian Institute

The Ethnobotany Cafe
Dedicated to the discussion of plants, their uses, and how they relate to cultures.

EthnobotDB - Worldwide Plant Uses
The original Ethnobotany database is an SQL-based database developed by James A. Duke and Stephen M. Beckstrom-Sternberg. It is housed at the National Germplasm Resources Laboratory (NGRL), Agricultural Research Service (ARS), U.S. Department of Agriculture. The database contains 80,000 records of plant uses world-wide.

Illinois State Museum. An electronic database for the late Quaternary distribution of mammal species inthe United States.

The Geobotanical Institute
Research Projects – Archaeobotany:The Geobotanical Institute is an Institute of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) within the Department of Environmental Sciences. The main research and teaching activities of the Institute are in the fields of plant ecology, plant evolution, and the systematics of higher plants and fungi.

Glossary of Botanical Terms
The GardenWeb Glossary of Botanical Terms currently contains 2241 terms relating to botany, gardening, horticulture and landscape architecture and is regularly updated.

Zooarchaeology Home Page
Zooarchaeology is the analysis of animal remains (e.g., bone, shell) from archaeological sites to reconstruct the cultural lifeways of people and the interrelationships between people, animals, and the environment. Keywords: Anthropology, Archaeology, Archaeozoology, Faunal Analysis, Osteology, Zoology, Zooarchaeology. This web site is intended to assist people insterested in this field of study by providing links to other sites that we have found useful.

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