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Pace count beads

Known as: Ranger Beads 
Pace count beads or ranger beads is a manual counting tool used to keep track of distance travelled through a pace count.
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2014
2014
Hybrid montmorillonite-alginate beads (MABs) were prepared by the ion-gelation method from alginate and montmorillonite clay… Expand
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2014
Highly Cited
2014
AbstractAdsorption of nitrate and phosphate from aqueous solution on both the protonated cross-linked chitosan beads (PCB) and… Expand
2010
2010
Alginate beads (ALG) crosslinked with calcium and coated with cashew gum (GC) were prepared and loaded with an essential oil from… Expand
2010
2010
The objective of this study was to investigate microbial removal using layered double hydroxides (LDHs) and iron (hydr)oxides… Expand
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2009
2009
...............................................................................................................................vii A Personal Preface. Lorann S. A. Pendleton and Elliot H. Blair ..................................................... viii Acknowledgments .................................................................................................................................. xi PART I. BEADS IN SOCIETY Chapter 1. History of Bead Studies. Lorann S.A. Pendleton and Peter Francis, Jr. .............................. 3 The Origin of Bead Studies ............................................................................................................... 3 The Names of Beads .......................................................................................................................... 4 Chapter 2. Beads in the Spanish Colonial Empire. Peter Francis, Jr. ...................................................... 7 The Trade in Beads ............................................................................................................................. 7 Cargo Bound for the New World ......................................................................................................... 8 Origin of the Beads: Cargo Lists ......................................................................................................... 9 Wealth at Mission Santa Catalina de Guale ......................................................................................... 9 The Rosary ......................................................................................................................................... 10 The Dates of the Beads ........................................................................................................................ 11 PART II. THE ST. CATHERINES ISLAND BEAD ASSEMBLAGE Chapter 3. Native American Landscapes of St. Catherines Island. David Hurst Thomas .................. 15 Archaeology on St. Catherines Island ............................................................................................. 15 Precolumbian Human Landscapes of St. Catherines Island ............................................................ 17 The Guale People of St. Catherines Island ....................................................................................... 18 Guale Social Organization .......................................................................................................... 18 Maize Agriculture ....................................................................................................................... 19 Additional Foraging Resources .................................................................................................. 20 Guale Settlement Patterns .......................................................................................................... 20 Archaeology of the Guale People .............................................................................................. 20 European Colonial Strategies in America ........................................................................................ 22 The Archaeology of Mission Santa Catalina de Guale .................................................................... 23 The Churches of Mission Santa Catalina de Guale .................................................................... 24 The Friary (Convento) Complex ................................................................................................. 26 The Bioarchaeology of Mission Santa Catalina de Guale ................................................................. 32 Chapter 4. The Bead Assemblage from St. Catherines Island. Lorann S.A. Pendleton, Elliot H. Blair, and Eric Powell ........................................................................................................ 35 Drawn Glass Beads of Simple Construction .................................................................................... 36 Bugles ......................................................................................................................................... 36 A Ferrazza Finished Beads ......................................................................................................... 37 A Speo Finished Beads ................................................................................................................ 38 A Ferrazza Finished Faceted Beads (Charlottes) ........................................................................ 39 A Speo Finished Faceted Beads .................................................................................................. 39 Melon Beads ............................................................................................................................... 40 Drawn Glass Beads of Compound Construction ............................................................................. 40 Compound Segments ................................................................................................................. 40 Compound Bugles ...................................................................................................................... 40 Tubular Beads with Square Cross Sections ................................................................................ 40 A Ferrazza Finished Compound Beads ...................................................................................... 40 A Speo Finished Compound Beads ............................................................................................. 41 Drawn Glass Beads of Complex Construction ................................................................................. 41 A Ferrazza Finished Complex Beads ......................................................................................... 41 
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2007
2007
The removal of phthalate esters (PAEs) by molybdate impregnated chitosan beads (MICB) in an aqueous solution was studied. The… Expand
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2005
2005
The adsorption of vinyl sulfone type reactive black 5 (RB 5) in aqueous solution onto chitosan beads and cross-linked chitosan… Expand
2005
2005
Comme l’indique le titre de l’article, l’A. offre un inventaire des perles utilisees dans des bijoux dans l’art sassanide (bas… Expand
2003
2003
A detection assay for Ralstonia solanacearum in soil and weeds was developed by combining immunocap- ture and the polymerase… Expand
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2001
Highly Cited
2001
such cases might at times give rise to ambiguity, but in my data the intended meanings of such occurrences could be ferreted out… Expand
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