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A mid - holocene depopulation of the Australian Southwest

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A mid - holocene depopulation of the Australian Southwest
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A mid - holocene depopulation of the Australian Southwest
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Summary
Analysis using archaeological tests, ethnohistorical models and palaeoenvironmental evidence to verify a prediction of large scale depopulation during the period 6000 to 4000 BP; based on field research in the Albany region; definition of the region based on models of palaeoclimatic change, proto-historic cultural ecology, physical geography, environment and geology; reviews relevant ethnographic sources on Ngungar social organisation, economy, territoriality, camp/residence/mobility patterns, material culture, population distribution and movement; contact history and evaluation of ethnohistorical sources; detailed site survey including location of camp sites, fish traps and artifact scatters; detailed quantitative results of excavations, particularly relative artifact density sequences, sedimentation rates and dating; classification and analysis of flaked stone artifacts focussing on stratigraphic and distributional attributes, function (including usewear analysis) and continuity of assemblages; regional comparisons; Appendices include additional data, site gazetteer and maps
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1882-1950
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Ferguson, William C.
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.)-Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
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A mid - holocene depopulation of the Australian Southwest
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bibl.; diags.; maps; ports.; tbls.; Typescript (processed)
Control code
M0032485
Extent
2 v.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loann
System control number
0055668
Label
A mid - holocene depopulation of the Australian Southwest
Publication
Note
bibl.; diags.; maps; ports.; tbls.; Typescript (processed)
Control code
M0032485
Extent
2 v.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loann
System control number
0055668

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