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Contesting early archaeology in California
The peopling of the Americas is a topic of ongoing scientific interest and rigorous debate1,2. Holen et al.3 add to these discussions with their recent report of a 130,000-year-old archaeologicalExpand
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Late Quaternary environments of the Waco Mammoth site, Texas USA
The Waco Mammoth Site (WMS) in central Texas contains the remains of the largest mammoth herd (Mammuthus columbi) in North America that died in a single catastrophic event. Most mammoths at the siteExpand
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THE WACO MAMMOTH NATIONAL MONUMENT MAY REPRESENT A DIMINISHED WATERING-HOLE SCENARIO BASED ON PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE OF POST-MORTEM SCAVENGING
Abstract: The Waco Mammoth National Monument (WMNM) potentially represents the only recovered Columbian mammoth (Mammuthus columbi) herd to date, but the “herd” interpretation is dependent on theExpand
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Morphological characteristics of preparator air-scribe marks: Implications for taphonomic research
Taphonomic analyses of bone-surface modifications can provide key insights into past biotic involvement with animal remains, as well as elucidate the context(s) of other biostratinomic (pre-burial)Expand
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Home range of the Columbian mammoths (Mammuthus columbi) and grazing herbivores from the Waco Mammoth National Monument, (Texas, USA) based on strontium isotope ratios from tooth enamel bioapatite
Abstract Waco Mammoth National Monument (WMNM) is a central Texas, Late Pleistocene fossil site dating to ~67 ka. At least 23 Columbian mammoths (Mammuthus columbi), along with the remains of 12Expand
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REPLY: THE WACO MAMMOTH NATIONAL MONUMENT MAY REPRESENT A DIMINISHED WATERING-HOLE SCENARIO BASED ON PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE OF POST-MORTEM SCAVENGING
We sincerely welcome this discussion from Smith (2017) in response to our article regarding the Waco Mammoth National Monument (WMNM) that indicates the Columbian mammoth herd was subject toExpand
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Reconstructing the mass and thermal ecology of North American Pleistocene tortoises
Abstract Researchers often interpret the presence of tortoises in Pleistocene assemblages as evidence of an interglacial age, based on an assumption that these fossils indicate thermic climates, asExpand
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