radiocarbon-inferred demographic change from Central Europe Is Neolithic land use correlated with demography ? An evaluation of pollen-derived land cover and

@inproceedings{Lechterbeck2014radiocarboninferredDC,
  title={radiocarbon-inferred demographic change from Central Europe Is Neolithic land use correlated with demography ? An evaluation of pollen-derived land cover and},
  author={Jutta Lechterbeck and Kevan Edinborough and Tim Kerig and Ralph M. Fyfe and Neil Roberts and Stephen J. Shennan},
  year={2014}
}
The transformation of natural landscapes in Middle Europe began in the Neolithic as a result of the introduction of food-producing economies. This paper examines the relation between land-cover and demographic change in a regionally restricted case study. The study area is the Western Lake Constance area which has very detailed palynological as well as archaeological records. We compare land-cover change derived from nine pollen records using a pseudo-biomisation approach with 14C date… CONTINUE READING
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