Society for American Archaeology 16(1)
"To present Seattle, my goal was to do a systematic
survey. My pedestrian transects would be north and south along First, Second,
etc., with perpendicular transects along cross streets. In addition to a
typical restaurant list, I envisioned presenting the data as a chloropleth map
showing the density of (1) coffee shops suitable for grabbing a
continental-style breakfast, (2) establishments with large selections of
microbrews on tap, and (3) restaurants that smelled really good at dinner time. "
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