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Chapter 5
Final Report on the Physical Examination and Taphonomic Assessment of the Kennewick Human Remains (CENWW.97.Kennewick)
Phillip L. Walker, Clark Spencer Larsen, and Joseph F. Powell

References

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(1998)       Taphonomic observations on a surface bone assemblage in a temperate environment. Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France 169:433-442.

(1997)       Surface modifications of the Sima de los Huesos fossil humans. Journal of Human Evolution 33:191-217.

Aslan, A. and Behrensmeyer, A.K.
(1996)       Taphonomy and time resolution of bone assemblages in a contemporary fluvial system: The East Fort River, Wyoming. Palaios 11:411-421.

Carson E.A., Stefan, V.H., and Powell, J.F.
(2000)        Skeletal manifestations of bear scavenging. Journal of Forensic Sciences 45: 515-26.

Chatters, J.C.
(2000)        The recovery and first analysis of an early Holocene human skeleton from Kennewick, Washington. American Antiquity 65:291-316.

Milner, G.R. and Smith, V.G.
(1989)       Carnivore alteration of human bone from a late prehistoric site in Illinois. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 79:43-9.

Powell, J. and Rose, J.
(1999)       Report on the Osteological Assessment of the "Kennewick Man" Skeleton (CENWW.97.Kennewick). In F.P. McManamon (ed.): Report on the Non-Destructive Examination Description, and Analysis of the Human Remains from Columbia Park, Kennewick, Washington. Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, Department of the Interior.

Selvaggio, M.M.
(1998)       Evidence for a three-stage sequence of hominid and carnivore involvement with long bones at FLK Zinjanthropus, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Archaeological Science 25:191-202.

Walker P.L., Cook, D.C., and Lambert, P.M.
(1997)       Skeletal evidence for child abuse: a physical anthropological perspective. Journal of Forensic Sciences 42:196-207.

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