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Scoggin [48CR304] vertebrate fauna dataset - Neotoma Dataset 4802

Neotoma Dataset 4802

Scoggin [48CR304] vertebrate fauna dataset

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Constituent Database: FAUNMAP

Dataset Type: vertebrate fauna

Latitude: 41.75

Longitude: -106.5

Age Range: 4410 – 4540

Description: No description provided


Affiliated Researchers

Name Affiliation Contribution
Grimm, Eric Christopher University of Minnesota, Department of Earth Sciences, 310 Pillsbury Drive SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455-0231, USA DataCurator
Kelly, Maureen NA DataCurator
Lobdell, John E. NA Researcher
Miller, M.E. NA Researcher

Publications

publicationid citation
2681 Lobdell, J. E. 1973. The Scoggin site: an early Middle period bison kill. Wyoming Archaeologist 16(3-4):1-71.
2872 Miller, M. 1986. Some basic research and management consideration for the Scoggin site in southcentral Wyoming. Ms. on file, Bureau of Land Management, Rawlings.

Data Citation

APA

Lobdell, John E., Miller, M.E.. 2013. Scoggin [48CR304] vertebrate fauna dataset. In, FAUNMAP. Neotoma Paleoecological Database. URL: http://apps.neotomadb.org/explorer/?datasetid=4802

BibTeX

@inbook{
  author={Lobdell, John E., Miller, M.E.},
  year={2013},
  title={Scoggin [48CR304] vertebrate fauna dataset},
  booktitle={FAUNMAP},
  publisher={Neotoma Paleoecological Database},
  url={http://apps.neotomadb.org/explorer/?datasetid=4802}
}

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