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# Find the complete solution of the system, or | Ch 10 - 25

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Problem 25

Find the complete solution of the system, or show that the system has no solution.x 2y 2z 6x y 12x y 3z 7

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Landscape Archaeology Week 7 notes 3/1/16  Geoarchaeology o Formation processes o Systemic context o Archaeological context  Formation/taphonomic processes  Archaeological excavation and interpretation  Scalar effects o Macro scale or regional investigation  Traditional geoarchaeology  Sample wider portions of the landscapes but represent long periods of time o Micro scale  Shorter timer represented  Sediments and soils o Backbone of geoarchaeological inquiry  Materials deposited on the earth’s surface o Reflect  Origin, transport, environment of deposition  Soils are static deposits that develop in situations o Sediments are altered by mechanical and chemical weathering and biological processes  Geomorphology o Study of relationship between the configuration  Facies o A particular body of sediment that is differentiated from adjacent sediments based on the environments of deposition o Walther’s Law of Facies  The succession of facies reflects lateral differences in depositional environment  When the depositional environment moves laterally o Deposition environment  Geomorphic configuration  Landscape history  Climate  Vegetation structure  Techtonic uplift  Sea level  Each will affect the origin and transport of sediments o Coastal  Complex intersection of high and low energy environments  Sea level change  Local: processes such as mantle uplift or submergence  Eustatic: global variation due to a change in the volume of water or a change in the volume of ocean basin  Transgression and regression are central processes of burial erosion and progradation o Aquatic paleolandscapes o Clast size and facies o Alluvial and fluvial landscapes  Water is a dominant factor in most environment  Erosion  Sediment transport  Dynamic geomorphology related to water budget  Characteristic features and sediment types  Flood plains  Zones of relatively low relief  Fluvial geomorphology 3/3/16  Charcoal analysis significance o How people affected landscapes o Whether wood types found are local o Can tell about economy or labor , how far people went to get wood to burn o Cultural significance of different wood types  Fluvial geomorphology o Flood plane  Fining upward sequence o Fine stuff at top o Coarse at bottom o The more deposits, carries less water  Lateral migration o Rivers move  Flood plains have a history o Need to know sequence of events o Channel width and profile  Width and crosssection of channels is directly related to the magnitude of frequent floods o Megafloods disrupt human settlements o Paleofloods  Recent history often does not record full range of flood magnitudes  Indicators  Scouring  Tree scars  Large “clastic” deposits at unexpected elevations (gravel bars)  Avulsions  Fluvial response to climate change o Causes:  Change in magnitude/frequency of precipitation  Change in sea level  Change in sediment load o Effects:  Channel incision or aggradation deeper or hollower channel  River plan form change  Straight to meandering to plaited  Bank width change  How much water in system o Implications for soil development  Terraces farthest are most developed  This can tell us about history of river  Reconstructing environment and change o Paleoproxies  Dataset serves as indirect measure of climate or ecological structure  Recovered at site or depositional level  Infer human modification o Microbotanical o Macrobotanical o Invertebrate o Vertebrate o Chemical o Palynology  Fossilized pollen  Morphology  Specific genus and species  Preservation  Acidic, waterlogged  Assemblage of archaic pollen  Vegetation communities represented o Vegetation and landforms  Landscapes  Sampling  Core of sediment removed intact  Lakes, ponds, closed systems  Sediment sampled at intervals, pollen removed o Radiocarbon dating in sequence o Rate of deposition (assuming it stays the same)  Pollen diagrams don’t represent frequency of vegetation on landscape

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