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A brief guide to the print and electronic archaeology collections of Campbell Library, Rowan University - with links to some other archaeology sites.

Environmental Archaeology

Environmental archaeology is the interdisciplinary study of past human interactions with the natural world.  Environmental archaeology is divided into three subfields: Zooarchaeology which studies animal remains, Archaeobotany which studies plant remains that are preserved at archaeological sites, and Geoarchaeology which studies global climate and local geomorphology.

Some Rowan University Library Books