Depletion of a resource? The impact of prehistoric human foraging on intertidal mollusc communities and its significance for human settlement, mobility and dispersal

@article{Mannino2002DepletionOA,
  title={Depletion of a resource? The impact of prehistoric human foraging on intertidal mollusc communities and its significance for human settlement, mobility and dispersal},
  author={Marcello A. Mannino and K. Thomas},
  journal={World Archaeology},
  year={2002},
  volume={33},
  pages={452 - 474}
}
  • Marcello A. Mannino, K. Thomas
  • Published 2002
  • History
  • World Archaeology
  • Ethnoecological studies have demonstrated the impacts that even relatively small-scale human foraging has on targeted species of shellfish and the structure of biological communities in intertidal zones. There is compelling archaeological evidence that people in various parts of the world often had a depleting effect on shellfish populations. Shellfish and other marine resources have sometimes been perceived as lowly ranked foods and coastal archaeological sites have often been interpreted as… CONTINUE READING
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