Initiating archaeological research in the Cooloola Region, Southeast Queensland

McNiven, Ian J. (Ian James) (1984). Initiating archaeological research in the Cooloola Region, Southeast Queensland Honours Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland.

       
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Author McNiven, Ian J. (Ian James)
Thesis Title Initiating archaeological research in the Cooloola Region, Southeast Queensland
School, Centre or Institute School of Social Science
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1984
Thesis type Honours Thesis
Supervisor J . Hall
Total pages 311
Collection year 1984
Language eng
Subjects 2101 Archaeology
Formatted abstract

This thesis presents results of the initial stages of a region multistage fieldwork research design employed to access and explain the archaeological record of the Cooloola Region, southeast Queensland. It has four main objectives:

1.    To ascertain the type, range and distribution of archaeological phenomena within the survey area,

2.    To discover spatial variations and patterns in the archaeological record,

3.    To discuss survey results in relation to other archaeological work carried out in coastal southeast Queensland,

4.    To outline recommendations for future work in the Region.

To achieve these objectives a survey strategy was developed which considered both a general site location model and the environmental diversity of the study area.

Keyword Archaeology -- Queensland -- Cooloola Region
Archaeology -- Queensland -- Cooloola Region -- Field work
Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- Cooloola Region -- Antiquities

Document type: Thesis
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