Volúmenes editados

Muñoz, A. S. y M. Mondini (eds .) 2008. Neotropical Zooarchaeology and Taphonomy. Quaternary International (ed. en jefe: N. R. Catto), Vol. 180(1). (157 pp., ISSN: 1040-6182)

Neotropical zooarchaeology and taphonomy, pp. 1-4. A.

Sebastián Muñoz, Mariana Mondini

The contributions of zooarchaeology to historical ecology in the neotropics, pp. 5-16.

Peter W. Stahl

Parasite findings in archeological remains: Diagnosis and interpretation, pp. 17-21.

Adauto Araujo, Karl Reinhard, Luiz Fernando Ferreira

Presence of Hippidion at two sites of western Argentina: Diet composition and contribution to the study of the extinction of Pleistocene megafauna, pp. 22-29.

Alejandro García, Eduardo Martínez Carretero, María A. Dacar

Avian and mammalian bone taphonomy in southern continental Patagonia: A comparative approach, pp. 30-37.

Isabel Cruz

Taphonomic and archeological aspects of massive mortality processes in guanaco (Lama guanicoe) caused by winter stress in Southern Patagonia, pp. 38-51.

Juan Bautista Belardi, Diego Rindel

Pumas as taphonomic agents: A comparative analysis of actualistic studies in the Neotropics, pp. 52-62.

Mariana Mondini, A. Sebastián Muñoz.

Pumas as taphonomic agents: A comparative analysis of actualistic studies in the Neotropics, pp. 52-62.

Pablo Marcelo Fernández

Problems in the interpretation of Brazilian archaeofaunas: Different contexts and the important role of taphonomy, pp. 75-89.

Albérico Nogueira De Queiroz, Olivia Alexandre De Carvalho

Taphonomy at two contiguous coastal rockshelters in Panama: Preliminary observations focusing on fishing and curing fish, pp. 90-106

Diana Rocío Carvajal-Contreras, Richard Cooke, Máximo Jiménez

Utilization of cetaceans in shell mounds from the southern coast of Brazil, pp. 107-114.

Pedro Volkmer de Castilho

Fish remains from the Formative Period (1000 BC–AD 400) of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia: Zooarchaeology and taphonomy, pp. 115-126

José M. Capriles, Alejandra I. Domic, Katherine M. Moore

Delicious guinea pigs: Seasonality studies and the use of fat in the pre-Columbian Andean diet, pp. 127-134

Silvana A. Rosenfeld

Late Holocene camelid use tendencies in two different ecological zones of Northwestern Argentina, pp. 135-144

Andrés D. Izeta

Zoogeographical affinities and the use of vertebrates in Xochicalco (Morelos, Mexico), pp. 145-151

Eduardo Corona-M.

The archaeology of the Neotropics, pp. 152-157

Luis Alberto Borrero


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