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

Wood and charcoal

The identification of wood is of great importance to archaeological research because wood was one of the most important raw materials in prehistoric and early historical times. From a biological point of view the anatomical study of wood can provide information on vegetation history. more

 

Independent and company based members:

 

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

Lyons, Susan___email: susan.lyons@ipean.ie

OCaroll, Ellen___email: eocarro@tcd.ie

O'Donnell, Lorna___email: odonnell.lorna@gmail.com

 

Academic and research institution members:

 


Irish Palaeoecology and Environmental Archaeology Network

contact: info@ipean.ie

 

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