The Resource 37,000 years and more in tropical Australia : investigating long-term archaeological trends in Cape York Peninsula, Bruno David

37,000 years and more in tropical Australia : investigating long-term archaeological trends in Cape York Peninsula, Bruno David

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37,000 years and more in tropical Australia : investigating long-term archaeological trends in Cape York Peninsula
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37,000 years and more in tropical Australia
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investigating long-term archaeological trends in Cape York Peninsula
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Bruno David
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eng
Summary
Analyses the influence of environmental fluctuations on occupation and land use in Cape York Peninsula; temporal distribution of all radiocarbon dates obtained, numbers of sites occupied through time, and rates of establishment of new sites in prehistory; sociodemographic changes and their relationship to the environment; competition within and between Aboriginal groups; the dynamic relationship between people and the natural environment
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1962-
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David, Bruno
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no index present
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non fiction
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1945-
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Lourandos, Harry
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37,000 years and more in tropical Australia : investigating long-term archaeological trends in Cape York Peninsula, Bruno David
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Publication
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p. 1-23
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ill
Label
37,000 years and more in tropical Australia : investigating long-term archaeological trends in Cape York Peninsula, Bruno David
Publication
Extent
p. 1-23
Other physical details
ill

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