Tasmania : archaeological and palaeo-ecological perspectives

Porch, Nick and Allen, Jim 1995, Tasmania : archaeological and palaeo-ecological perspectives, Antiquity, vol. 69, no. 265, pp. 714-732.

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Title Tasmania : archaeological and palaeo-ecological perspectives
Author(s) Porch, NickORCID iD for Porch, Nick orcid.org/0000-0001-7179-3843
Allen, Jim
Journal name Antiquity
Volume number 69
Issue number 265
Start page 714
End page 732
Publisher Antiquity Publications
Place of publication Gloucester, England
Publication date 1995
ISSN 0003-598X
Summary Tasmania, at the south of the land-mass, experienced the Glacial Maximum as a properly cold affair. Recent archaeological work, some in country now difficult of human access, has developed an intricate story of changing adaptations. At the Pleistocene-Holocene boundary, a major reorganization of Aboriginal adaptation strategies is seen in the archaeological record, argued to follow late-Pleistocene environmental amelioration.
Language eng
Field of Research 060206 Palaeoecology
210102 Archaeological Science
210101 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Archaeology
Socio Economic Objective 950503 Understanding Australia's Past
HERDC Research category C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Copyright notice ©1995, Antiquity Publications
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