Comparing long-term archaeological and environmental trends: north Queensland, arid and semi-arid Australia

Lourandos, Harry and David, Bruno (1998) Comparing long-term archaeological and environmental trends: north Queensland, arid and semi-arid Australia. The Artefact, 21 105-114.

Author Lourandos, Harry
David, Bruno
Title Comparing long-term archaeological and environmental trends: north Queensland, arid and semi-arid Australia
Journal name The Artefact   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0044-9075
Publication date 1998
Volume 21
Start page 105
End page 114
Total pages 10
Place of publication Melbourne
Publisher The Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria
Collection year 1999
Language eng
Subject C1
370302 Social and Cultural Anthropology
750805 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage
Abstract Modelling, measuring and comparing regional archaeological trends has presented problems for the archaeologist. Here we discuss and evaluate methods by which long-tenn temporal trends can be modelled by using radiocarbon dates from rocksheller sites. Similarly derived trends from south-eastern Cape York, the arid and semi-arid zones of Australia are then compared.
Keyword Palaeo-environment
zoology
Northern Australia
Q-Index Code C1

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: School of Social Science Publications
 
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