Maritime Adaptation (Other Keyword)

Maritime Adaptations

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Gone fishing: Evidence for Wide-ranging Marine Exploitation in the Initial Settlement of Island Southeast Asia (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sue O'Connor. Julien Louys. Stuart Hawkins. Shimona Kealy. Clara Boulanger.

"Fishing is much more than fish... It is the great occasion when we may return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers" (Herbert Hoover, 1963. Fishing for Fun-and to Wash Your Soul. Random House) In the vast oceans separating continental Sunda and Sahul are more than 17,000 islands that make up the Wallacean Archipelago. Lying to the east of Huxley’s Line, these islands are characterised by unbalanced and depauperate terrestrial faunas but support some of the world’s most bio-diverse marine...


Hunters and Gatherers of the Rio Grande Plain and the Lower Coast of Texas (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas R. Hester.

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Hunters and Gatherers of the Rio Grande Plain and the Lower Coast of Texas (1971)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas R. Hester.

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Maritime Adaptation of Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers and Their Transition To Agriculture in Japan: In Affluent Foragers (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only T. Melvin Akasawa.

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