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MAPPING THE CHICKASAW WITH INTEGRATED MAGNETIC GEOPHYSICS
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MAPPING THE CHICKASAW WITH INTEGRATED MAGNETIC GEOPHYSICS. Bryan S. Haley and Jay K. Johnson University of Mississippi Center for Archaeological Research, Oxford, Mississippi, USA, bshaley@olemiss.edu Topic: Integrated Prospection Approaches

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Culture areas of the southeastern united states from hudson 1976

MAPPING THE CHICKASAW WITH INTEGRATED MAGNETIC GEOPHYSICS

Bryan S. Haley and Jay K. Johnson

University of Mississippi Center for Archaeological Research, Oxford, Mississippi, USA, bshaley@olemiss.edu

Topic: Integrated Prospection Approaches

Keywords: Geophysics, Magnetics, Electromagnetics, Magnetic Susceptibility, North America

Anomaly

Background

Anomaly

Background

Stripping and excavation of Chickasaw midden pits at the Weilmon site.

Iron

Target

Background

Anomaly

Scattergram plots of magnetic gradient versus magnetic susceptibility from Weilmon (top left), Slope (top right), and

Reed Branch III (bottom).

Anomaly

Background

Culture areas of the southeastern United States (from Hudson 1976).

Magnetic gradient data (left) and scattergram plot (right) for burned house at the Parchman Place site

Magnetic gradient (left) and magnetic susceptibility (right) data from the Weilmon site.

Magnetic gradient (top) and magnetic susceptibility

(bottom) data from the Slope site.

Magnetic gradient (left) and magnetic susceptibility (right) data from the Reed Branch site.


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