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Boucher [VTFr-26] vertebrate fauna dataset - Neotoma Dataset 4940

Neotoma Dataset 4940

Boucher [VTFr-26] vertebrate fauna dataset

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Constituent Database: FAUNMAP

Dataset Type: vertebrate fauna

Latitude: 44.95

Longitude: -73.05

Age Range: 1845 – 2665

Description: No description provided


Affiliated Researchers

Name Affiliation Contribution
Basa, L. A. NA Researcher
Grimm, Eric Christopher University of Minnesota, Department of Earth Sciences, 310 Pillsbury Drive SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455-0231, USA DataCurator
Heckenberg, M. J. NA Researcher
Kelly, Maureen NA DataCurator
Petersen, J. B. NA Researcher

Publications

publicationid citation
2440 Heckenberg, M. J., J. B. Petersen, and L. A. Basa. 1990. Early Woodland period ritual use of personal adornment at the Boucher site. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 59(3):173-217.

Data Citation

APA

Basa, L. A., Heckenberg, M. J., Petersen, J. B.. 2013. Boucher [VTFr-26] vertebrate fauna dataset. In, FAUNMAP. Neotoma Paleoecological Database. URL: http://apps.neotomadb.org/explorer/?datasetid=4940

BibTeX

@inbook{
  author={Basa, L. A., Heckenberg, M. J., Petersen, J. B.},
  year={2013},
  title={Boucher [VTFr-26] vertebrate fauna dataset},
  booktitle={FAUNMAP},
  publisher={Neotoma Paleoecological Database},
  url={http://apps.neotomadb.org/explorer/?datasetid=4940}
}

Other Associated Datasets

Other Datasets at Same Site:

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Boucher [VTFr-26] geochronologic dataset link link
Boucher [VTFr-26] macroinvertebrate dataset link link

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