Table 1: Past residue diagenesis experiments
Table 2: Twelve contact materials added to flakes
Table 3: Summary of experimental conditions
Table 4: pH values in burial units (averaged)
Table 5: Residue preservation by type, burial condition, and burial time
Table 6: Residue preservation within the experiment, using Langejans (2010) preservation index. A value of 5 represents the situation just after use of the tool, with abundant residues visible macroscopically, and a value of 0 means no residues were observed
Table 7: Distinctiveness of in situ residues using reflected VLM
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