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Fuxin Settlement Dataset
This dataset serves as a complement to publications derived from regional survey and excavations carried out in the Fuxin area of Western Liaoning Province, China by the Fuxin Project (the Origins of Agriculture and Sedentary Communities in Northeast China). It provides the location and counts of different types of cultural remains and features recorded during the 2012-2013 regional survey and 2015 excavation field seasons.
Results from these investigations have been published in the following sources:
|Shelach-Lavi G., M. Teng, Y. Goldsmith, I. Wachtel, C.J. Stevens, O. Marder, X. Wan, X. Wu, D. Tu, R. Shavit, P. Polissar, H. Xu, D.Q. Fuller (in press) Sedentism and plant cultivation in northeast China emerged during affluent conditions. PLoS ONE.|
|Wachtel, Ido, Royi Zidon, Shimon Garti, and Gideon Shelach-Lavi (2018) Predictive modeling for archaeological site locations: Comparing logistic regression and maximal entropy in north Israel and north-east China. Journal of Archaeological Science 92: 28-36.|
|Shelach, G. Mingyu Teng, Y. Goldsmith, I. Wachtel, A. Ovadia, Xiongfei Wan, and O. Marder (2016) Human Adaptation and Socio-Economic Change in Northeast China: Results of the Fuxin Regional Survey. Journal of Field Archaeology 41(4): 467-485.|
|Teng Mingyu, Gideon Shelach, Wan Xiongfei, Ofer Marder and Ido Wachtel (2014) Liaoning Fuxin diqu quyuxing kaogu diaocha jieduanxing baogao (2012-2013) (Report on the Regional Archaeological Survey of the Fuxin area 2012-2013). Beifang Wenwu 2014 (3):3-10.|
|Shelach, G. Teng Mingyu , Wan Xiongfei (2013) Report on the 2012 field season of the project Origins of Agriculture and Sedentary Communities in Northeast China. Asian Archaeology 1: 10-25.|
Funding for this research was provided by the National Geographic Society, Committee for Research and Exploration (grant no. 8614-09) and the Israel Science Foundation (grant no. 502\11).
Shelach-Lavi, Gideon, Mingyu Teng, Ido Wachtel, Chen Zeigen, and Xiongfei Wan (2019) Fuxin Settlement Dataset. Comparative Archaeology Database, University of Pittsburgh. URL: <http://www.cadb.pitt.edu>.
Questions or comments about this dataset or the Comparative Archaeology Database can be directed to email@example.com via email.
A brief description of field methods and the form used during survey are provided as PDF files.
Numeric data are provided in two file formats. Comma-delimited text files should be easy to import into spreadsheet, database, and statistical programs for manipulation and analysis. Excel spreadsheets are easier to browse, and can also be imported into many programs. The numeric data files are as follows:
Lab reports by independent contractors are provided as either PDF or Excel files as they were presented by each corresponding lab.
Spatial Information forthcoming.
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