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By David A. Poirier, Kenneth L. Feder

During the last decade, North American archaeologists became more and more acutely aware that a variety of organic and man-made risks pose major healthiness hazards for box researchers. the current assortment is the 1st descriptive and analytical quantity at the overall healthiness issues of safety that confront Americas archaeological group.

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Plunkett, O. , and F. E. Swatek. 1957 Ecological Studies of Coccidioides immitis. In: Proceedings of Symposium on Coccidioidomycosis, pp. 158–60. Public Health Service Publication No. 575. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Poswall, B. D. 1976 Coccidioidomycosis and North American Blastomycosis: Differential Diagnosis of Bone Lesions in Pre-Columbian Indians (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 44: 199–200. Ramenofsky, A. F. 1987 Vectors of Death: The Archaeology of European Contact.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS In many ways, finding explicit microscopic and histologic evidence for coccidioidomycosis is a testament to Charles F. Merbs. He has long been a proponent of prehistoric coccidioidomycosis research and many of his students, including the senior author, owe their interest in the disease to his influence. His counsel is always appreciated. Thanks also to Carol Ellick for her support in the field of archaeology and public health. The authors also thank Pier Simeri for editorial comments.

Velimiro, V. Lukac, C. A. Rossi and J. W. LeDuc. 1994 Isolation of a Puumala-like Virus from Mus musculas Captured in Yugoslavia and Its Association with Severe Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome. Journal of Infectious Diseases 169 (1); 204–207. Doll, John M. and Michael E. Wright. 1985 Plague in Arizona and Petrified Forest National Park. In: The Petrified Forest Through the Ages, E. H. Colbert and R. R. , pp. 89–91. Flagstaff: Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin Series 54. , Paul S. Zeitz, Paul Ettestad, Ann L.

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