Frequencies of spiral and green-bone fractures on ungulate limb bones in modern suface assemblage /

To study the nonhuman causes of some types of bone modificaitons on mammalian bones, the author studied the behavior and movements of large North American predators such as the timber wolf and bears and their prey, mainly bison, moose, and whitetail deer. Fieldwork for this article was conducted chi...

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Main Author: Haynes, Gary,
Corporate Contributor(s):HARZA-EBASCO Susitna Joint Venture.
Report Numbers:APA 2306
Series:Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 2306.
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Summary:To study the nonhuman causes of some types of bone modificaitons on mammalian bones, the author studied the behavior and movements of large North American predators such as the timber wolf and bears and their prey, mainly bison, moose, and whitetail deer. Fieldwork for this article was conducted chiefly in north-central Canada and the Great Lakes region as well as in several national parks and preserves in North America. Bone-feeding was observed at the National Zoological Park in Washington, D.C.
Physical Description:p. 102-114 : ill., map ; 25 cm.
Notes:Caption title.
Related Titles:Originally published in: American antiquity Washington, DC : Society for American Archaeology, 1983. Vol 48, no. 1 (Jan. 1983)
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (p. 114).