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Title Prehistoric marine resource use in the Indo-Pacific regions / Rintaro Ono, David Addison, Alex Morrison (eds).

Publication Info. Acton, A.C.T. : ANU E Press, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource : illustrations (some color), color maps.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Terra australis ; 39
Terra Australis ; 39.
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "Although historic sources provide information on recent centuries, archaeology can contribute longer term understandings of pre-industrial marine exploitation in the Indo-Pacific region, providing valuable baseline data for evaluating contemporary ecological trends. This volume contains eleven papers which constitute a diverse but coherent collection on past and present marine resource use in the Indo-Pacific region, within a human-ecological perspective. The geographical focus extends from Eastern Asia, mainly Japan and Insular Southeast Asia (especially the Philippines) to the tropical Pacific (Micronesia, Melanesia, and Polynesia) and outlying sites in coastal Tanzania (Indian Ocean) and coastal California (North Pacific). The volume is divided thematically and temporally into four parts: Part 1, Prehistoric and historic marine resource use in the Indo-Pacific Region; Part 2, Specific marine resource use in the Pacific and Asia; Part 3, Marine use and material culture in the Western Pacific; and Part 4, Modern marine use and resource management"--Publisher's website.
Contents 1. New flesh for old bones: using modern reef fish to understand midden remains from Guam, Mariana Islands -- 2. Pelagic fishing in the Mariana Archipelago: from the prehistoric period to the present -- 3. Historical ecology and 600 years of fish use on Atafu Atoll, Tokelau -- 4. Red abalone, sea otters, and kelp forest ecosystems on historic period San Miguel Island, California -- 5. Exploring the social context of maritime exploitation in Tanzania between the 14th-18th c. AD: recent research from the Mafia Archipelago -- 6. Beyond subsistence: cultural usages and significance of baler shells in Philippine prehistory -- 7. The history and culture of dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) exploitation in Japan, East Asia, and the Pacific -- 8. Oceanic encounter with the Japanese: an outrigger canoe-fishing gear complex in the Bonin Islands and Hachijo-Jima Island -- 9. The Technique and ecology surrounding Moray fishing: a case study of Moray frap fishing on Mactan Island, Philippines -- 10. Marine resource use in transition: modern fishing in Tonga, Western Polynesia -- 11. Territoriality in a Philippine fishing village: implications for coastal resource management.
Subject Fishing, Prehistoric -- Indo-Pacific Region.
Marine resources -- Indo-Pacific Region -- Management.
Economic anthropology -- Indo-Pacific Region.
Fish remains (Archaeology) -- Indo-Pacific Region.
Ocean and civilization.
Indo-Pacific Region -- Antiquities.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Archaeology.
Antiquities. (OCoLC)fst00810745
Economic anthropology. (OCoLC)fst00901586
Fish remains (Archaeology) (OCoLC)fst00925958
Fishing, Prehistoric. (OCoLC)fst00926804
Marine resources -- Management. (OCoLC)fst01009897
Ocean and civilization. (OCoLC)fst01043465
Indo-Pacific Region. (OCoLC)fst01243491
Archaeology.
Environmental archaeology.
Humanities.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Ono, Rintar, 1975- editor.
Addison, David J., editor.
Morrison, Alex, editor.
Other Form: Print version: Prehistoric marine resource use in the Indo-Pacific regions. Acton, A.C.T. ANU E PRESS, 2013 9781925021257 (OCoLC)859668070
ISBN 9781925021264 (electronic bk.)
1925021262 (electronic bk.)
1925021254
9781925021257
Standard No. AU@ 000052013271
AU@ 000058146620
GBVCP 1008659541
GBVCP 865751307

 
    
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