A Landscape-scale Spatial Analysis of Neolithic Settlement Patterns in Jeju Island, Korea
Intensive archaeological research in Jeju Island, Korea conducted over last three decades have produced a rich set of spatial data on archaeological sites and feature distributions across the island. While these spatial data have high potential for improving archaeological understanding of past human activities, a systematic analysis of spatial data from Jeju has yet to be fully undertaken by archaeologists. In this study, we employ spatial analysis on high-resolution topographic data to enhance our understanding of landscape-driven subsistence strategies and settlement patterns. While we limit our scope to Neolithic data for this study, we anticipate that spatial analysis will contribute to a long-term understanding of human-environmental interactions on the island.
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A Landscape-scale Spatial Analysis of Neolithic Settlement Patterns in Jeju Island, Korea. Christopher Bone, Habeom Kim. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 431691)
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Abstract Id(s): 15946