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Title Peopled landscapes : archaeological and biogeographic approaches to landscapes / edited by Simon G. Haberle & Bruno David.

Imprint Acton, A.C.T. : ANU E Press, 2012.
Publication Info. ©2012

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Description 1 online resource (472 pages) : illustrations (some color), color map
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
data file rda
Series Terra Australis ; 34
Terra Australis ; 34.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
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].
Summary "This volume brings together a collection of papers from a diverse field of international scholars exploring the multiple ways that East Timorese communities are making and remaking their connections to land and places of ancestral significance. The work is explicitly comparative and highlights the different ways Timorese language communities negotiate access and transactions in land, disputes and inheritance especially in areas subject to historical displacement and resettlement. Consideration is extended to the role of ritual performance and social alliance for inscribing connection and entitlement. Emerging through analysis is an appreciation of how relations to land, articulated in origin discourses, are implicated in the construction of national culture and differential contributions to the struggle for independence."--Publisher's description.
Language English.
Subject Human ecology -- Australasia.
Landscape assessment -- Australasia.
Landscape changes -- Australasia.
Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Australasia.
Social Sciences
Anthropogeography & Human Ecology
Anthropology
Anthropogeography & Human Ecology.
Anthropology.
Social Sciences.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Archaeology.
Human ecology. (OCoLC)fst00962941
Landscape assessment. (OCoLC)fst00991858
Landscape changes. (OCoLC)fst00991873
Nature -- Effect of human beings on. (OCoLC)fst01034564
Australasia. (OCoLC)fst01240888
Anthropology.
Social Sciences.
Anthropogeography & Human Ecology.
Genre/Form Electronic book
Electronic books
Added Author Haberle, Simon.
David, Bruno, 1962-
Other Form: Print version: Peopled landscapes : archaeological and biogeographic approaches to landscapes. Canberra, Australia : ANU E Press, ©2012 472 pages Terra Australis ; Volume 34 9781921862717
ISBN 9781921862724 (electronic bk.)
1921862726 (electronic bk.)
9781921862717 (pbk.)
1921862718 (pbk.)

 
    
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