The Resource The first Australian Synchrotron powder diffraction analysis of pigment from a Wandjina motif in the Kimberley, Western Australia, Jillian Huntley, Helen Brand, Maxime Aubert and Michael J. Morwood

The first Australian Synchrotron powder diffraction analysis of pigment from a Wandjina motif in the Kimberley, Western Australia, Jillian Huntley, Helen Brand, Maxime Aubert and Michael J. Morwood

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The first Australian Synchrotron powder diffraction analysis of pigment from a Wandjina motif in the Kimberley, Western Australia
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The first Australian Synchrotron powder diffraction analysis of pigment from a Wandjina motif in the Kimberley, Western Australia
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Jillian Huntley, Helen Brand, Maxime Aubert and Michael J. Morwood
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eng
Summary
Presents the results of synchrotron powder diffraction analysis of stratified paint layers from a Wandjina motif in central Kimberley region, Western Australia; discusses rock art sampling and analysis procedure; argues that crystallographic data is critical in helping to separate environmental/cultural signatures from post-depositional processes within anthropogenically applied pigments
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Huntley, Jillian
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non fiction
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1950-2013
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  • Brand, Helen
  • Aubert, Maxime
  • Morwood, Michael John
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The first Australian Synchrotron powder diffraction analysis of pigment from a Wandjina motif in the Kimberley, Western Australia, Jillian Huntley, Helen Brand, Maxime Aubert and Michael J. Morwood
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Bibliography: page 37-38
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pages 33-38
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The first Australian Synchrotron powder diffraction analysis of pigment from a Wandjina motif in the Kimberley, Western Australia, Jillian Huntley, Helen Brand, Maxime Aubert and Michael J. Morwood
Bibliography note
Bibliography: page 37-38
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Extent
pages 33-38
Media category
unmediated
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rdamedia

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