Table of contents for Laser ablation ICP-MS in archaeological research / edited by Robert J. Speakman and Hector Neff.

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1. The Application of Laser Ablation ICP-MS to the Study of Archaeological Materials-An Introduction, Robert J. Speakman and Hector Neff	000
2. Straight from the Source: Obsidian Prismatic Blades at El Ujuxte, Guatemala, A. Natasha Tabares, Michael W. Love, Robert J. Speakman, Hector Neff, and Michael D. Glascock	000
3. LA-ICP-MS as a Supplement to Abbreviated-INAA for Obsidian Artifacts from the Aztec-Tarascan Frontier, Michael D. Glascock, Robert J. Speakman, and Helen P. Pollard	000
4. Laser Ablation ICP-MS Chemical Characterization of Jade from a Jade Workshop in Cancuen, Guatemala, Brigitte Kovacevich, Hector Neff, and Ronald L. Bishop	000
5. Characterization of Montana Cherts by LA-ICP-MS, Tom E. Roll, Michael P. Neeley, Robert J. Speakman, and Michael D. Glascock	000
6. Searching for Analytical Alternatives to the Characterization of Copper Minerals, Maria Nieves Zedeño, Hector Neff, and Axel E. Nielsen	000
7. Laser Ablation ICP-MS of African Glass Trade Beads, Rachel S. Popelka, Michael D. Glascock, Peter Robertshaw, and Marilee Wood	000
8. Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) as a Bulk Chemical Characterization Technique: Comparison of LA-ICP-MS, Digestion-ICP-MS, and INAA Data on Virgin Branch Anasazi Ceramics, Daniel O. Larson, Sachiko Sakai, and Hector Neff	000
9. A Provenance Study of Hohokam Schist-tempered Pottery and Raw Materials from the Middle Gila River Valley, Arizona: Techniques and Prospects, James W. Cogswell, David R. Abbott, Elizabeth J. Miksa, Hector Neff, Robert J. Speakman, and Michael D. Glascock	000
10. Archaeological Applications of Tephra Analysis by LA-ICP-MS, Hector Neff and Payson Sheets	000
11. Laser Ablation ICP-MS Analysis of Late Neolithic Ceramic Pigments from the Amuq Plain, Turkey, Benjamin H. Diebold, Robert J. Speakman, and Michael D. Glascock 		000
12. A Compositional Analysis of Nasca Pigments: Implications for Craft Production on the Pre-Hispanic South Coast of Peru, Kevin J. Vaughn, Christina A. Conlee, Hector Neff, and Katharina J. Schreiber	000
13. A Preliminary Analysis of Pigments Used in Redware Pottery Production at Point of Pines, Arizona, Candace A. Sall, Maria Nieves Zedeño, and Robert J. Speakman		000
14. Chemical Characterization of Mesa Verde and Mancos Black-on-White Pottery Pigments by LA-ICP-MS, Robert J. Speakman	000
15. Detecting Provenance of African-origin Individuals in the Colonial Cemetery of Campeche, Yucat n: A New Approach Using Trace Elements and LA-ICP-MS, Andrea Cucina, Hector Neff, and Vera Tiesler Blos	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Laser ablation.
Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.
Archaeology -- Research.
Archaeology -- Methodology.
Antiquities -- Analysis.