Intra-Site Use Patterns during the Early Holocene in the Cueva Maripe Site (Santa Cruz, Argentina)

@article{Magnin2020IntraSiteUP,
  title={Intra-Site Use Patterns during the Early Holocene in the Cueva Maripe Site (Santa Cruz, Argentina)},
  author={Luc{\'i}a Magnin and Virginia Lynch and E. Garc{\'i}a A{\~n}ino},
  journal={PaleoAmerica},
  year={2020},
  volume={6},
  pages={268 - 282}
}
ABSTRACT In this paper, we make a quantitative analysis of spatial patterns for the earliest archaeological component (early Holocene) at Cueva Maripe, a multiple-activity site located in Santa Cruz province (Patagonia, Argentina). We worked in a geographical information systems environment to systematize the analogical and digital information from excavations including the location of registered hearths, the frequency of lithic artifacts and bone remains, and the distribution of burnt… 
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