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|Title:||The Wakulla Springs Lodge Site (8WA329): 2008 Excavations and New OSL Dating Evidence|
|Authors:||Rink, Jack W.|
Dunbar, James S.
Burdette, Kevin E.
|Keywords:||Wakulla Springs Lodge site;Paleoindian period;North Florida;Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) dating;sedimentation;bioturbation;geochronology;Archaeological Anthropology;Earth Sciences;Sedimentology;Archaeological Anthropology|
|Abstract:||<p>The Wakulla Springs Lodge site (8WA329), located in north Florida's panhandle (Figure 1), has been known for many years as one of the state's early sites. Recent reassessment of research conducted by the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research in the mid-1990s suggests that this site was occupied well before the Clovis people who were initially thought to have been the first Americans. This report summarizes the results of field investigations carried out in 2008 at the Wakulla Springs Lodge site as well as the ensuing research.</p>|
|Appears in Collections:||Geography & Earth Sciences Publications|
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