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ISBN:0771880723
Author: Janet Friedman
ISBN13: 978-0771880728
Title: Wood identification by microscopic examination: A guide for the archaeologist on the Northwest coast of North America (Heritage record)
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Language: English
Category: Archaeology
Publisher: British Columbia Provincial Museum (1978)
Pages: 84

Wood identification by microscopic examination: A guide for the archaeologist on the Northwest coast of North America (Heritage record) by Janet Friedman



Primarily a guide for archaeologists on the northwest coast of North America, who have familiarity with the microscope and some experience with identifying wood. The book describes techniques for identifying wood from microscopic sections; it comprises two sections, one on softwoods and one on hardwoods. The two sections are followed by a summary, glossary, and two appendixes: (1) Key to the microscopic identification of trees and shrubs of the Northwest, and (2) Description of northwest coast woods by species.

a guide for the archaeologist on the Northwest coast of North America. Published 1978 by British Columbia Provincial Museum in Victoria. Antiquities, Identification, Plant remains (Archaeology), Wood. Northwest coast of North America. Bibliography: p. 55. Series. Heritage record ;, no. 5. Classifications. P5 F74. The Physical Object.

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