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Palaeolithic archaeology and 3D visualization technology: recent developments

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

Julien Riel-Salvatore
Affiliation:
Partnership for Research in Stereo Modeling, Arizona State University, PO Box 875906, USA, julienrs@asu.edu
Myungsoo Bae
Affiliation:
Partnership for Research in Stereo Modeling, Arizona State University, PO Box 875906, USA, julienrs@asu.edu
Peter McCartney
Affiliation:
Partnership for Research in Stereo Modeling, Arizona State University, PO Box 875906, USA, julienrs@asu.edu
Anshuman Razdan
Affiliation:
Partnership for Research in Stereo Modeling, Arizona State University, PO Box 875906, USA, julienrs@asu.edu
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Lindly, J.M., Beck, R.F. & Clark, G.A.. 2000. Core reconstructions and lithic reduction sequences at WHS 623X: an Upper Palaeolithic site in the Wadi al-Hasa, West-Central Jordan, in Coinman, N.R. (ed.), The archaeology of the Wadi al-Hasa, West-central Jordan 2: 211-26. Tempe (AZ): Arizona State University. ASU Anthropological Research Papers.Google Scholar
Riel-Salvatore, J., Bae, M., Clark, G.A., Lindly, J., Mccartney, P. & Razdan, A.. 2002. The past meets the future: 3D visualization technology and lithic analysis at Wadi al-Hasa Locality 623X, Jordan, Journal of Human Evolution 42(3): A39.Google Scholar
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