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noun Archaeology.
the examination by survey, excavation, maps, and graphs of a contained area to evaluate the productivity of the resources customarily exploited by the inhabitants of a settlement, especially a prehistoric one.
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Origin of site catchment analysis

First recorded in 1970

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