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Issues in Environmental Archaeology

Perspectives on Its Archaeological and Public Role (UCL Institute of Archaeology Publications)

By Nicholas Balaam, James Rackham (Edited by)

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Format: Paperback, 96 pages
Published In: United Kingdom, 15 January 1992
Collection of original research articles by European scholars assessing the state of environmental archaeology and its relationship to the field; along with discussions on how to present environmental issues in prehistory to the public.

Table of Contents

* Preface* Part 1* Viking settlement, climate and environmental change around the North Atlantic: retrospect upon a research project Paul C. Buckland* The co-ordination of environmental and archaeological projects Martin Bell* Climate, diet and population at a prehistoric pueblo in New Mexico Wilma Wetterstrom* Part 2* The public role of environmental archaeology: presentation and interpretation Peter D. Addyman* The presentation of environmental archaeology in ""Archeon"": a plan for an archaeological theme park in The Netherlands Gerard F. IJzereef* Responsibility to the public Peter J. Fowler

About the Author

Nicholas Balaam, Historic Builidings and Monuments Commission. James Rackham, The Environmental Consultancy.

EAN: 9780905853291
ISBN: 0905853296
Publisher: University of London Institute of Archaeology
Dimensions: 25.4 x 17.8 centimeters (0.53 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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