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by Bernick K

eBook Hidden Dimensions: The Cultural Significance of Wetland Archaeology (Pacific Rim Archaeology) download ISBN: 0774806338
Author: Bernick K
Publisher: UBC Press (August 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 382
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The history of wetland archaeology is long and varied

The history of wetland archaeology is long and varied. With examples from the Pacific Coast of North America, we show how widespread (14)C dating of sites during surveys can be used to help manage archaeological sites more effectively and identify significant patterns of paleoenvironmental change, site survival, settlement and demography, technology, and social organization.

Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва. Wetland Worlds and the Past Preserved.

SERIES: Pacific Rim Archaeology. Wet landscapes have figured significantly in the development of human societies and in the lives of many people through the ages. RELATED TOPICS: Archaeology, BC Studies, History, Indigenous Studies, Regional Studies.

University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver. Cole, S. C, Atwater, B. McCutcheon, P. Stein, J. 1996 Earthquake-Induced Burial of Archaeological Sites along the Southern Washington Coast about . Geoarchaeology 11: 165–177. Collins, L. R. 1953 Archaeological Survey of the Oregon Coast from June-December 1952.

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Hidden Dimensions : The Cultural Significance of Wetland Archaeology. Hidden Dimensions is a collection of essays drawn from papers presented at an international conference in Vancouver, British Columbia in April 1995

Hidden Dimensions : The Cultural Significance of Wetland Archaeology. Hidden Dimensions is a collection of essays drawn from papers presented at an international conference in Vancouver, British Columbia in April 1995. Scholars from around the globe examine several aspects of wetland archaeology in North America, Mexico, Europe, eastern Siberia, and New Zealand. Some of the essays in this volume explore environmental and historical contexts of wet-sites as well as past human adaptation to wetland environments.

UBC Press, Vancouver. Download with Google. Wetlands and Hunter-Gatherer Land Use in North America.

In Hidden Dimensions: The Cultural Significance of Wetland Archaeology, ed. K. Bernick. Skeletal and Dental Variation of Pacific Coast Athapaskans: Implications for Oregon Prehistory and Peopling of the New World. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 199–219. Clark, Linda A. (1991). Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon, Eugene.

This is a collection of papers presented at a conference on wetland archaeology. The papers explore such themes as human adaption to wetland environments, the contribution of wetland archaeology to reconstructions of culture history, and related issues of land management and object conservation.