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The Foraging Spectrum: Diversity in Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways
Chapter 1. Hunter-Gatherers and Anthropology Chapter 2. Environment, Evolution, and Anthropological Theory Chapter 3. Foraging and Subsistence Chapter 4. Foraging and Mobility Chapter 5. Sharing,Expand
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Coming into the Country: Early Paleoindian Hunting and Mobility
Hunter-gatherer adaptations to long-term fluctuations in regional resource structure require mechanisms to cope with periodic subsistence stresses. Among documented groups, a common response to suchExpand
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Mobility/Sedentism: Concepts, Archaeological Measures, and Effects
There is hardly a more romantic image in anthropology than that of a small band of hunter-gatherers setting off into the bush, their few belongings on their backs. Mobility, in fact, has long beenExpand
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A continuous climatic impact on Holocene human population in the Rocky Mountains
Ancient cultural changes have often been linked to abrupt climatic events, but the potential that climate can exert a persistent influence on human populations has been debated. Here, independentExpand
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Agriculture, population growth, and statistical analysis of the radiocarbon record
Significance We statistically analyze the radiocarbon record and show that early farming societies in Europe grew at the same rate as contemporaneous foraging societies in North America. Thus, ourExpand
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Prehistory of the Carson Desert and Stillwater Mountains : environment, mobility, and subsistence in a great basin wetland
This study examines prehistoric use of the Stillwater Marsh in the Carson Desert of western Nevada and the adjacent Stillwater Mountains based on an archaeological survey undertaken in 1980 and 1981,Expand
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Maybe we do know when people first came to North America; and what does it mean if we do?
Abstract The history of research in North America suggests that we already know when people arrived in the continental US: about 11,500 14 C yr BP. Research also suggests that people were in theExpand
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Effects of selected reducing agents on microbiologically mediated reductive dechlorination of aroclor® 1242
The effect of various chemical reducing agents on the anaerobic microbial reductive biotransformation of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) was investigated using Aroclor® 1242 at a concentration ofExpand
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