wood and charcoalarchaeobotany; plant macrofossilsfossil insects; archaeoentomologymolluscspalaeohydrology and climateanimal bone; zooarchaeologypollen; palynologyhuman bone; osteoarchaeologyintestinal parasite

Archaeobotany

Plant macro-fossil remains can include all parts of plants, seeds and other fruiting bodies, flower parts, buds, leaves, branches, roots and tubers. They are found in a diverse range of environments, terrestrial and aquatic. The plant remains found on archaeological sites represent plants that grew on the site and those that were brought in e.g. cereals, weeds or building materials. more

 

Independent and company based members:

 

Dillon, Mary___email: mary.c.dillon@gmail.com

Gilligan, Nikolah___email: nikolahg@gmail.com

Johnston, Penny___email: pennyjohnston@ipean.ie

Lyons, Susan___email:susan.lyons@ipean.ie

 

Academic and research institution members

 

McClatchie, Dr Meriel___email: meriel.mcclatchie@gmail.com

 


Irish Palaeoecology and Environmental Archaeology Network

contact: info@ipean.ie

 

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