Geoarchaeology at Tseriadun (35CU7), Curry County, Oregon Public Deposited

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  • The continuation of geoarchaeological investigations at Tseriadun (35CU7) contributes to the understanding of the site's depositional history and the associated environments, thereby identifying the long term geomorphic change in the area and providing the environmental context for local human activity as it is reflected in the archaeological record. Meeting this goal involved collecting a sufficient number of geoarchaeological samples within the area of potential effect of a proposed culvert system and in adjacent site areas. A result of this research was the revision of the model of landscape change at Tseriadun that serves as a platform for exploring how environmental conditions may have affected human activity at the site. The location of a paleochannel in the eastern site area led to assigning a relative period of time to alluvial deposits in this area of the site due to the middle Holocene formation of Garrison Lake's southern bay. Conclusions are that site use was dependent upon the degree of surficial stability within an area and that activities within all site areas shifted in response to changes in environmental conditions, which were largely determined by early Holocene marine transgression.
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