Kapur, Selim and Binici, Hanifi and Akça, Erhan and Zucca, Claudio (2012) Soil micromorphology for construction science: the mortar archaeometry. In: Soil science for the benefit of mankind and environment: Eurosoil 2012: 4. International congress of the European Soil Science Societies: Book of abstracts, 2-6 July, 2012, Bari, Italy. [S.l.], [European Confederation of Soil Science Societies]. p. 485. Conference or Workshop Item.
Micromorphology revealed in depth evaluation of materials particularly soil micromorphology yielded numerous data on processes such as formation, neoformation and transformation of minerals and microstructure in soils, pottery and construction materials. Mortars, one of the first human made materials for construction of Byzantine and the Ottoman worlds were compared in terms of micromorphology and mineralogy.
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