Rockshelter taphonomy: A monitor program in Darling Mills Creek, Sydney

13th November 2013

Tessa Corkill

Introduction*

What are the impacts of periodic freshwater flooding on archaeological sites in rockshelters? If there are impacts that are likely to damage such sites, what mitigative measures can be taken to minimise the damage? These questions were the basis of a program designed in 1996 to monitor three such sites in Sydney’s Darling Mills Creek Valley.

*Note that an abstract was not included with this paper, and so the introductory paragraph has been included here instead of the abstract.

Corkill, T.
Rockshelter taphonomy: A monitor program in Darling Mills Creek, Sydney
2001
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46–47
Short Report
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