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Chapter 3
Analysis of Sediments Associated with Human Remains Found at Columbia Park, Kennewick, WA
Gary Huckleberry and Julie K. Stein

Appendix A: Table A.1

Appendix A: Table A.1 is comprised of 2 tables that show comparative granulometric and statistical measures for site and skeleton sediment samples in multiple forms. Table a, the site table, is comprised of 8 columns and 31 rows. From left to right the column headers read Location, Depth (cm), Stratum, Lab #, Mean (mm), Spec. Area (m to the first power - divided by g), Uniformity, and Span. The 31 rows are comprised of varying information detailing sediment granulometric and statistical data, corresponding to column headers listed above. Table b, the skeleton table, is comprised of 8 columns and 17 rows. From left to right the column headers read Location, Element, Material, Lab #, Mean (um), and Spec. Area (m to the first power - divided by g), Uniformity, and Span. The 17 rows are comprised of varying information detailing skeletal granulometric and statistical data, corresponding to the above column headers. The significance of Appendix A: Table A.1 is to demonstrate the diversity of samples utilized in the sediment study; It also provides summary statistics of Minimum, Maximum, Mean, Median, Standard Deviation, Variance, and Coefficient of Variance for the data in columns Mean, Spec. Area, Uniformity, and Span. For a more detailed discussion of the table and the granulometric study refer back to the text.

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