Climate Change and Archaeology: The Holocene History Of El Niño On The Coast Of Peru

  • C. Fred T. Andrus
  • Daniel H. Sandweiss
  • Elizabeth J. Reitz
Part of the Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology book series (IDCA)

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Trophic Level North Coast Carnegie Museum Growth Check Trophic Level Species 
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  • C. Fred T. Andrus
  • Daniel H. Sandweiss
  • Elizabeth J. Reitz

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