Case Studies:Answering questions on space use, function and anthropogenic activity
 How do you determine space use, function and anthropogenic activity at archaeological sites?
- How can the chemical composition of soils be used to identify resources exploited at a habitation site?
- How can soils be used to determine the use of space and activity around a habitation site?
- How do you interpret natural and anthropogenic features in soils?
- To what extent do elements in the soil reflect past human activities?
- How can you identify the soils associated with the periods of use of a site?
- What can a phosphate and magnetic susceptibility analysis of topsoil reveal about domestic occupation and midden dumps?
- What are the anthropogenic indicators in buried soils and dark earths?
- How do the you determine the fuel materials used at a site?
- How intensive was fishing and farming on coastal sites?
- What are the calcareous deposits at Flixborough, Humberside?