Changes through time in the archaeological record of coastal California illuminate complex relationships between human beings and a rich, diverse coastal biome. With a long and impressive history of coastal archaeology, California scholars have a substantial empirical research base from which to address broader issues within the increasingly specialized subfield of maritime anthropology. The 16 papers in this volume attempt to explain changes in coastal hunter-gatherer behavior through time.Contributing Authors: JE Arnold, LE Christenson, JM Erlandson, D Gallegos, MA Glassow, GT Gross, DA Jones, TL Jones, D Laylander, KG Lightfoot, P Martz, LA Payen, LM Raab, EW Ritter, RA Salls, R Schwaderer, DD Simons, A Yatsko, DR YesnerProveniences and Sizes of Quarter-Inch Mesh Unit Samples Used for Analysis. ... Only the data from the second group are appropriate for dietary reconstruction, which is the basis for the estimates of protein values presented in Table 6.4.
|Title||:||Essays on the Prehistory of Maritime California|
|Author||:||Jeanne E. Arnold|
|Publisher||:||University of California at Davis - 1992|