Prehistoric Americans applied this ability to develop sustainable relationships with their environments.
Prehistoric Americans applied this ability to develop sustainable relationships with their environments. Many succeeded and others did not. Paleoclimatic reconstructions can be compared with archeological sequences and ethnographic descriptions to identify cultural behavior responsible for the difference.
Home Browse Books Book details, Prehistoric America: An Ecological Perspective. The thesis of Prehistoric America is that they are neither fortuitous nor inconsequential, but an indication of the strength of environmental pressures on cultural development
Home Browse Books Book details, Prehistoric America: An Ecological Perspective. Prehistoric America: An Ecological Perspective. The thesis of Prehistoric America is that they are neither fortuitous nor inconsequential, but an indication of the strength of environmental pressures on cultural development. This work is an excellent introduction to the prehistoric cultures of North and South America, one that will help the reader to discover and enjoy the intellectual adventure of archeology.
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Prehistoric America adds to the surprisingly small number of modern paperback texts treating New World culture history. The author’s aim is to provide a coherent synthesis from an ecological perspective, emphasizing the similarities that have arisen in a really separate but environmentally comparable regions of the two American continents. This is accomplished in a compact, easily read, and well-illustrated format accompanied by a modest selection of additional reading, perfectly adequate for instructional purposes.
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Paul A. Delcourt, Hazel R. Delcourt. This book shows that Holocene human ecosystems are complex adaptive systems in which humans interacted with their environment in a nested series of spatial and temporal scales.
Автор: Paul A. Delcourt Название: Prehistoric Native Americans and Ecological . Описание: This book shows that Holocene human ecosystems ar. .
The book should be of interest to most American limonologists and a significant number of general ecologists
Category: Social Sciences
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Publisher: New York, Aldine,; SECOND EDITION. edition (1979)
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