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Response to Moss et al. “An Early Holocene/Late Pleistocene Archaeological Site on the Oregon Coast? Comments on Hall et al. (2005)”

  • Loren G Davis (a1), Roberta A Hall (a1) and Samuel C Willis (a2)

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Moss et al. (2006) provided comments and criticisms of our recent paper in this journal (Hall et al. 2005). We can appreciate the need for promoting vigorous dialogue among those interested in the research of early sites along the New World Pacific Margin and thus welcome their intervention; however, we are compelled to respond because they raise several points that require clarification and introduce a critical error that must be corrected.

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Davis, LG. 2006. Geoarchaeological insights from Indian Sands, a Late Pleistocene site on the southern Northwest coast, USA. Geoarchaeology 21(4):351–61.
Davis, LG, Punke, ML, Hall, RL, Fillmore, M, Willis, SC. 2004. A Late Pleistocene occupation on the southern coast of Oregon. Journal of Field Archaeology 29(1):716.
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Response to Moss et al. “An Early Holocene/Late Pleistocene Archaeological Site on the Oregon Coast? Comments on Hall et al. (2005)”

  • Loren G Davis (a1), Roberta A Hall (a1) and Samuel C Willis (a2)

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