Foraging (Other Keyword)

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Agent Based Models of Ache Foraging and Grouping (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kim Hill. Marco Janssen. Eric Fisher. Curtis Marean.

We show using detailed environmental and behavioral data from the Ache of Paraguay that agent based modeling can simulate correctly many aspects of human foraging behavior. We then show how this modeling technique can be used on projected paleolandscapes in the Cape Coastal Region between Blombos Cave and Pinnacle Point to predict diet, movement patterns, group size, population density, and other aspects of the behavioral ecology of human foragers in the region. SAA 2015 abstracts made...


Applied foraging (2004)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Steve Adams. David Wescott.

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Breaking From the Tradition of Central Plains Archaeology: Collected Papers Concerning the Central Plains Tradition (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Anonymous.

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Breaking from the Tradition of Central Plains Archaeology: Collected Papers Concerning the Central Plains Tradition (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alan J. Osborn.

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Early Holocene Foraging Strategies in the Eastern United States: A View from Koster (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timothy Messner.

Over the last several decades, Dolores Piperno has made significant methodological and theoretical contributions to our archaeological understanding of the past. This paper draws on these insights to explore Early Holocene foraging strategies in the Lower Illinois River Valley and how these practices fit within their paleoenvironmental and social contexts. These data offer insights into the long trajectory toward plant domestication in eastern North America and the construction of space and...


Paleoethnobotany at LSP-1 Rockshelter, Lake County, OR: Assessing the dietary diversity of plant foods in Holocene diet (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jaime Dexter Kennedy. Geoffrey M. Smith.

Over the past five field seasons, collaborative research at the LSP-1 rockshelter in Oregon’s Warner Valley conducted by the University of Nevada, Reno archaeological field school and Bureau of Land Management has revealed a record of human occupation spanning the Holocene. While faunal remains are prominent in the deposits, nutritional information can also be derived from pollen and seed data at LSP-1. This paper presents the results of paleoethnobotanical analysis with respect to diet breadth...


Stage I Site Locational Modeling in the Southwestern Region: (1) Development of Predictive Models For the Distribution of Prehistoric Cultural Resources On Southwestern Forests, (2) Theory and Model Building: Refining Survey Stratigies For (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Linda S. Cordell. Dee F. Green.

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Trans-egalitarian Society in the Transitional Archaic (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Heather Wholey.

Transitional Period settlement ecology and material culture in eastern Pennsylvania indicates the emergence of a cultural complex expressive of trans-egalitarian society. This includes centralized riverine settlements characterized by large thermally altered features, concentrations of soapstone vessels, and proximity to seasonally predictable food resources, such as migratory fish and drought tolerant herbaceous plants, that could be intensively managed or cultivated. This presentation...