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Title Peopled landscapes : archaeological and biogeographic approaches to landscapes / edited by Simon G. Haberle & Bruno David
Published Canberra, ACT : ANU E Press, [2012]
©2012
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Description 1 online resource (472 pages :) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color
Series Terra Australis ; 34
Terra Australis ; 34
Contents Peopled landscapes: the impact of Peter Kershaw on Australian quaternary science / Bruno David, Simon G. Haberle and Donald Walker -- Archaeology and perceptions of landscape. Hay Cave: a 30,000-year cultural sequence from the Mitchell-Palmer limestone zone, north Queensland, Australia / Harry Lourandos [and others] -- An early-Holocene Aboriginal coastal landscape at Cape Duquesne, southwest Victoria, Australia / Thomas Richards -- Aboriginal exploitation of toxic nuts as a late-Holocene subsistence strategy in Australia's tropical rainforests / Åsa Ferrier and Richard Cosgrove -- Terrestrial engagements by terminal Lapita maritime specialists on the southern Papuan coast / Ian J. McNiven [and others] -- Otoia, ancestral village of the Kerewo: modelling the historical emergence of Kerewo regional polities on the island of Goaribari, south coast of mainland Papua New Guinea / Bryce Barker [and others] -- Cranial metric, age and isotope analysis of human remains from Huoshiliang, western Gansu, China / John Dodson [and others] -- Not for the squeamish: a new microfossil indicator for the presence of humans / Mike Macphail, Mary Casey and Matthew Kelly -- Science, sentiment and territorial chauvinism in the acacia name change debate / Christian A. Kull and Haripriya Rangan -- Nature, culture and time: contested landscapes among environmental managers in Skåne, southern Sweden / Lesley Head and Joachinm Regnéll -- Biogeography and palaeoecology. The rise and fall of the genus Araucaria: a southern hemisphere climatic connection / Marie-Pierre Ledru and Janelle Stevenson -- When did the mistletoe family Loranthaceae become extinct in Tasmania? Review and conjecture / Mike Macphail [and others] -- Wind v water: glacial maximum records from the Willandra Lakes / Jim M. Bowler [and others] -- Late-quaternary vegetation history of Tasmania from pollen records / Eric A. Colhoun and Peter W. Shimeld -- Holocene environments of the sclerophyll woodlands of the wet tropics of northeastern Australia / Patrick T. Moss [and others] -- Holocene vegetation change at treeline, Cropp Valley, Southern Alps, New Zealand / Matt S. McGlone and Les Basher -- Vegetation and water quality responses to Holocene climate variability in lake Purrumbete, western Victoria / John Tibby [and others] -- Fire on the mountain: a multi-scale, multi-proxy assessment of the resilience of cool temperate rainforest to fire in Victoria's Central Highlands / Patrick J. Baker [and others] -- Multi-disciplinary investigation of 19th century European settlement of the Willunga Plains, South Australia / Tim Denham [and others] -- Modern surface pollen from the Torres Strait islands: exploring north Australian vegetation heterogeneity / Cassandra Rowe -- Surface [del]13C in Australia: a quantified measure of annual precipitation / Chris S.M. Turney -- Palaeoecology as a means of auditing wetland conditions / Peter Gell -- Regional genetic differentiation in the spectacled flying fox (Pteropus conspicillatus Gould) / Samantah Fox [and others]
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Human ecology -- Australasia.
Landscape assessment -- Australasia.
Landscape changes -- Australasia.
Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Australasia.
Form Electronic book
Author David, Bruno, 1962-
Haberle, Simon.
Australian National University.
ISBN 1921862726 (electronic bk.)
9781921862724 (electronic bk.)
(paperback)
(paperback)