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- Morales, Natalia S.; Catella, Luciana; Oliva, Fernando; Sarmiento, Patricia L.; Barrientos, Gustavo
- Journal of archaeological science: Reports 2018 v.18 pp. 782-791
- Holocene epoch; archaeology; bacteria; bioerosion; bones; fauna; histology; models; vertebrates; Argentina
- ... Over the last decades, research on microbial bioerosion affecting archaeological bone assemblages highlighted the fact that this is a significant factor determining the long-term survival of vertebrate hard tissues as well as the quality of the biological information retrievable from them (e.g. isotopic, genetic, histomorphological). In spite of this, information about bioerosion is still scarce o ...