Modelling Ecological Change
Perspectives from Neoecology, Palaeoecology and Environmental Archaeology (UCL Institute of Archaeology Publications)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 110 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 January 1991|
A collection of papers connecting theory and method of archaeology with related disciplines of neoecology, paleoecology, and environmental science.
Table of Contents
List of ContributorsPrefaceContemporary community ecology and environmental archaeology John H.R. Gee and Paul S. GillerOn the relationship between palaeoecology and neoecology Keith BarberPhytosociology and archaeobotany Hansjorg KusterPhytosociology and ancient weed floras: taking account of taphonomy and changes in cultivation methods Gordon HillmanSpatial scale in the pollen record Richard BradshawSpatial scale and palynology: a commentary on Bradshaw Kevin J. EdwardsUsing space in cultural palynology: the value of the off-site pollen record Kevin J. EdwardsAn approach to the interpretation of dry-ground and wet-ground molluscan taxocenes from central-southern England John G. EvansModelling ecological change in environmental archaeology David R. Harris and Kenneth D. Thomas
About the Author
David R. Harris, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, U.K. Kenneth D. Thomas, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, U.K.
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