In this paper we present new data from the monumental Bronze Age cairn of Selkäkangas, Nakkila, excavated by the Department of Archaeology of the University of Turku in — Only burnt human bone and unburnt cattle teeth were recovered from the cairn. New radiocarbon-dates from the cremations and a cattle tooth indicate that the cairn was used for burials or rituals several times during the Early Bronze Age. One tooth was selected for isotope oxygen O, carbon C and strontium Sr analyses. Observed change in enamel δ 13 C, corresponding with increasing age, could reflect the cessation of milk consumption and increasing contribution of plant feed. Cattle were important in rituals practised in the Selkäkangas cairn and the deposition of unburnt teeth had a specific meaning. AsplundH.
Inlägg av Lars Gyllenhaal » 18 aug
We combined field sampling, chemical and14C radiocarbon dating analyses with land cover classifications for landscape-level assessments. The estimatedmean for the 0—cm depth SOC stocks was Thecorresponding values for TN were 1. Thereare substantial differences in SOC stocks and SOM properties within and between the two study areas, whichemphasizes the need to consider both geomorphology and soil texture in the assessment of landscape-level andregional SOC stocks. Recent estimates indicate that soils in the northern circumpolar permafrost region store substantial amounts of soil organic carbon SOC.
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