A GREEN XRF FACILITY (4.35 kW SOLAR SYSTEM)

 

30 YEARS IN THE ANALYSIS OF GEOARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS

M. STEVEN SHACKLEY, LAB DIRECTOR

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, USA

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update for Paliza Canyon, Jemez Mountains, northern New Mexico;  update for Gwynn/Ewe Canyon, update for Mule Creek, Mogollon-Datil Volcanic Province, southwestern New Mexico; update for Mount Taylor; update for Government Mountain and RS Hill/Sitgreaves Mtn (San Francisco Volcanic Field, AZ); Mount Floyd Volcanic Field (Partridge Creek-Round Mountain, Presley Wash); the newly reported source Ejido Sequirichi, southwestern Chihuahua; update for Antelope Wells, NM, CHIH; updated for "Sonora Unknown A"

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