Can magnetic susceptibility data separate archaeological palimpsests? A case study from the Hess Creek site in interior Alaska with archaeological prospection implications

Magnetic Susceptibility (MS) is applied at a high latitude Interior Alaskan site. MS is implemented in breaking apart cultural palimpsests. MS acts as a proxy for assigning archaeological traditions and complexes. MS functions as a prospection tool for site excavation expansion.

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