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Using Land Snails and Freshwater Mussels to Chart Human Transformation of the Landscape an Example from North Mississippi U.S.A

  • Evan Peacock
  • Jochen Gerber
Part of the Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology book series (IDCA)

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Land Snail Freshwater Mussel Bottomland Hardwood Black Belt Gulf Coastal Plain 
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  • Jochen Gerber

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