Jenkins, Emma Louise Allcock, Samantha Lee Elliott, Sarah Palmer, Carol and Grattan, John 2017. Ethno-geochemical and Phytolith Studies of Activity Related Patterns: A Case Study from Al Ma’tan, Jordan. Environmental Archaeology, Vol. 22, Issue. 4, p. 412.
Pecci, Alessandra Ortiz, Agustín and Barba, Luis 2017. Los residuos químicos de la producción de pulque. Etnoarqueometría y arqueología experimental. Anales de Antropología, Vol. 51, Issue. 1, p. 39.
Mikołajczyk, Łukasz and Milek, Karen 2016. Geostatistical approach to spatial, multi-elemental dataset from an archaeological site in Vatnsfjörður, Iceland. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, Vol. 9, p. 577.
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Coronel, Eric G. Hutson, Scott Magnoni, Aline Balzotti, Chris Ulmer, Austin and Terry, Richard E. 2015. Geochemical analysis of Late Classic and Post Classic Maya marketplace activities at the Plazas of Cobá, Mexico. Journal of Field Archaeology, Vol. 40, Issue. 1, p. 89.
Dunning, Nicholas P. McCane, Carmen Swinney, Tyler Purtill, Matthew Sparks, Jani Mann, Ashley McCool, Jon-Paul and Ivenso, Chantal 2015. Geoarchaeological Investigations in Mesoamerica Move into the 21st Century: A Review. Geoarchaeology, Vol. 30, Issue. 3, p. 167.
Butler, Don H. Lopez–Forment, Angelica and Dawson, Peter C. 2015. Multi-element and biomolecular analyses of soils as a means of sustainable site structure research on hunter–gatherer sites: A case study from the Canadian Arctic. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports,
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Lemonnier, Eva and Vannière, Boris 2013. AGRARIAN FEATURES, FARMSTEADS, AND HOMESTEADS IN THE RÍO BEC NUCLEAR ZONE, MEXICO. Ancient Mesoamerica, Vol. 24, Issue. 02, p. 397.
De Lucia, Kristin 2013. Domestic economies and regional transition: Household multicrafting and lake exploitation in pre-Aztec Central Mexico. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Vol. 32, Issue. 4, p. 353.
González, Tatiana Loya and Stanton, Travis W. 2013. IMPACTS OF POLITICS ON MATERIAL CULTURE: EVALUATING THE YAXUNA-COBA SACBE. Ancient Mesoamerica, Vol. 24, Issue. 01, p. 25.
Salisbury, Roderick B. 2013. Interpolating geochemical patterning of activity zones at Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age settlements in eastern Hungary. Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 40, Issue. 2, p. 926.
Anderson, David S. Bair, Daniel A. and Terry, Richard E. 2012. SOIL GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSES AT THE PRECLASSIC SITE OF XTOBO, YUCATAN, MEXICO. Ancient Mesoamerica, Vol. 23, Issue. 02, p. 365.
Salazar, Carmen Zizumbo-Villarreal, Daniel Brush, Stephen B. and Colunga-GarcíaMarín, Patricia 2012. Earth Ovens (Píib) in the Maya Lowlands: Ethnobotanical Data Supporting Early Use. Economic Botany, Vol. 66, Issue. 3, p. 285.
Eberl, Markus Álvarez, Marco and Terry, Richard E. 2012. Chemical Signatures of Middens at a Late Classic Maya Residential Complex, Guatemala. Geoarchaeology, Vol. 27, Issue. 5, p. 426.
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Knudson, Kelly J. and Frink, Liam 2010. Soil chemical signatures of a historic sod house: activity area analysis of an arctic semisubterranean structure on Nelson Island, Alaska. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, Vol. 2, Issue. 4, p. 265.
Mesoamerican household sites were often deserted gradually, leaving very little de facto refuse for analysis. Starting with archaeological and paleobiological distribution patterns, this study adds a new dimension to the spatial study of two Classic households by plotting chemical concentrations in probable activity areas.
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