Landscapes of Movement: Trails, Paths, and Roads in Anthropological Perspective

@inproceedings{Snead2010LandscapesOM,
  title={Landscapes of Movement: Trails, Paths, and Roads in Anthropological Perspective},
  author={James Elliott Snead and Clark L. Erickson and J. Andrew Darling},
  year={2010}
}
Figures Tables Foreword Preface 1 Making Human Space: The Archaeology of Trails, Paths, and Roads -James E. Snead, Clark L. Erickson, and J. Andrew Darling 2 Kukhepya: Searching for Hopi Trails -T. J. Ferguson, G. Lennis Berlin, and Leigh J. Kuwanwisiwma 3 Trails of Tradition: Movement, Meaning, and Place -James E. Snead 4 O'odham Trails and the Archaeology of Space -J. Andrew Darling 5 Reconstructing Southern Paiute-Chemehuevi Trails in the Mojave Desert of Southern Nevada and California… 

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The appropriateness of this approach is confirmedby the USGSHydrosheds project, which is carrying out the same procedure using SRTM around the world

  • The appropriateness of this approach is confirmedby the USGSHydrosheds project, which is carrying out the same procedure using SRTM around the world

Oswaldo Rivera of the National Institute of Archaeology and the Ministry of Culture granted permits

  • Oswaldo Rivera of the National Institute of Archaeology and the Ministry of Culture granted permits

Comparative Variables for Trails, Paths

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