The Resource Lipids as archaeological bio-markers for testing Gunditjmara settlement in south eastern Australia, Heather Builth

Lipids as archaeological bio-markers for testing Gunditjmara settlement in south eastern Australia, Heather Builth

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Lipids as archaeological bio-markers for testing Gunditjmara settlement in south eastern Australia
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Lipids as archaeological bio-markers for testing Gunditjmara settlement in south eastern Australia
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Heather Builth
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eng
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Tests for lipids and fatty acids in sedimentary remains found in hollow trees as a means of verifying that the Gunditjmara people preserved and stored the shortfin eel (Anguilla australis); evidence of human exploitation of wetlands in the Mount Eccles region of Southwest Victoria; although no eel remains have been found, the findings support the hypothesis that the Gunditjmara smoked this species of eel
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Lipids as archaeological bio-markers for testing Gunditjmara settlement in south eastern Australia, Heather Builth
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Paper delivered at conference held Oct. 8tth - 15th 2001, Paihia, New Zealand
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22 p.
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Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
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Heather Builth
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MAR02/13
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Lipids as archaeological bio-markers for testing Gunditjmara settlement in south eastern Australia, Heather Builth
Publication
Note
Paper delivered at conference held Oct. 8tth - 15th 2001, Paihia, New Zealand
Extent
22 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Heather Builth
Stock number
MAR02/13

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