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Legacies on the Landscsape: The Enduring Effects of Long-Term Human Ecosystem Interactions

Part of the Legacies on the Landscape project

Author(s): Katherine Spielmann ; Hoski Schaafma ; Sharon Hall ; Melissa Kruse-Peeples ; John Briggs

Year: 2011

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The Legacies on the Landscape Project is an ongoing collaboration between ecology and archaeology faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students at Arizona State University. The project was born out of the recognition that strongly integrated interdisciplinary research was essential for understanding human-ecosystem interactions. Our particular case study is focused on understanding the long-term legacy of prehistoric human land use on the ecology of semi-desert grasslands in the Southwestern United States.


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Legacies on the Landscsape: The Enduring Effects of Long-Term Human Ecosystem Interactions. Katherine Spielmann, Hoski Schaafma, Sharon Hall, Melissa Kruse-Peeples, John Briggs. In Changing Histories, Landscapes, and Perspectives: The 20th Anniversary Southwest Symposium. Pp. 199-217. Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado. 2011 ( tDAR id: 406179) ; doi:10.6067/XCV86W9CZQ


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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1200 to 1450


Spatial Coverage

min long: -112.162; min lat: 34.079 ; max long: -111.907; max lat: 34.296 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contributor(s): Arizona State University, Department of Anthropology

Landowner(s): Bureau of Land Management


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