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Late holocene indigenous economies of the tropical Australian coast

Patricia Bourke

Late holocene indigenous economies of the tropical Australian coast

an archaeological study of the Darwin region

by Patricia Bourke

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Published by Archaeopress in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prehistoric Land settlement patterns,
  • Antiquities,
  • Archaeology,
  • Effect of environment on,
  • Human beings,
  • Human ecology,
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Aboriginal Australians,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPatricia Mary Bourke
    SeriesBAR international series -- 2340, BAR international series -- 2340.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU395 .B68 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 202 p. :
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25322669M
    ISBN 101407309234
    ISBN 109781407309231
    LC Control Number2011487533
    OCLC/WorldCa787839193

    Such a scenario is consistent with the mid-Holocene development of the first Australian rainforest culture populations at this time. The implied role of ENSO activity suggests that Australian Aboriginal tropical rainforest culture developed independently of other Pacific areas as an adaptation to changing environmental by: Sean Winter The University of Western Australia Book Review Editors Late Holocene Indigenous Economies of the Tropical Australian Coast: Australia. It encompasses the Aboriginal .

      This becomes particularly useful in areas where few standard palaeoenvironmental studies exist, as is the case for the tropical north Australian coast, especially for the Late Holocene period. Some archaeologists argue that, in the Indo-Pacific region, significant climatic change between and years ago had considerable environmental and social consequences.   Origin and development of Australian Aboriginal tropical rainforest culture: a reconsideration - Volume 70 Issue - Richard Cosgrove Lisa Cosgrove, Richard and Coster, Adelle C.F. Human-environment dynamics during the Holocene in the Australian Wet Tropics of NE Queensland: A starch and phytolith study. If this is the first Cited by:

    An early-Holocene Aboriginal coastal landscape at Cape Duquesne, southwest Victoria, Australia 69 substantial limestone cave set in a scarp on the edge of the coastal plain, containing significant early-Holocene occupation deposits, and has a well-preserved faunal assemblage. Get this from a library! Life on the margins: an archaeological investigation of late Holocene economic variability, Blue Mud Bay, Northern Australia. [Patrick Faulkner] -- "The research presented here is primarily concerned with human-environment interactions on the tropical coast of northern Australia during the late Holocene. Based on the suggestion that significant.


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Late holocene indigenous economies of the tropical Australian coast by Patricia Bourke Download PDF EPUB FB2

Review of ‘Late Holocene Indigenous Economies of the Tropical Australian Coast: An Archaeological Study of the Darwin Region’ by Patricia M. Bourke 30th May ‘Late Holocene Indigenous Economies of the Tropical Australian Coast: An Archaeological Study of the Darwin Region‘ by Patricia M.

Bourke BAR International Series Late holocene indigenous economies of the tropical Australian coast: an archaeological study of the Darwin region. [Patricia Bourke] -- "This monograph presents a study of Indigenous economies in traditional Larrakia country, the Darwin coastal region of northern Australia, during the Late Holocene period.

ISBN: Géneros: Sinopsis: This monograph presents a study of Indigenous economies in traditional Larrakia country, the Darwin coastal region.

Late Holocene Indigenous Economies of the Tropical Australian Coast: An Archaeological Study of the Darwin Region 12th November Patricia Bourke PhD, Department of Archaeology, Northern Territory University, Darwin, January This thesis presents an archaeological study of Indigenous occupation in the Darwin region during the late Holocene.

: Life on the Margins: An Archaeological Investigation of Late Holocene Economic Variability, Blue Mud Bay, Northern Australia (Terra Australis) (): Faulkner, The research presented here is primarily concerned with human-environment interactions on the tropical coast of northern Australia during the late Holocene Cited by: Late Holocene Indigenous Economies of the Tropical Australian Coast: An Archaeological Study of the Darwin Region by Patricia M.

Bourke BAR International Series Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. ISBN (pbk). Reviewed by Sandra Bowdler Archaeology, School of Social Sciences, The University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WAAustralia. ‘Late Holocene Indigenous Economies of the Tropical Australian Coast: An Archaeological Study of the Darwin Region‘ by Patricia M.

Bourke BAR International Series Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. ISBN Read More. During the p years, Australia's global position and climate has changed little, but there have been enormous changes in its plants, animals and environments.

Such changes have happened since the first people arrived in Australia, but the most rapid and dramatic changes have occurred dur. Aboriginal exploitation of toxic nuts as a late-Holocene subsistence strategy in Australia’s tropical rainforests Aboriginal exploitation of toxic foods A variety of explanations have been put forward for continent-wide changes in Aboriginal subsistence patterns and site occupation during the mid- to late-Holocene period (Denham et al.

Late Pleistocene and Holocene sea-level change along the Australian coast Kurt Lambeck a and Masao Nakada b a Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia b Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Kumamoto University, KumamotoJapan (Received Aug ) ABSTRACT.

Sean Winter The University of Western Australia Book Review Editors Alice Gorman Flinders University Late Holocene Indigenous Economies of the Tropical Australian Coast: Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, pp.

ISBN (pbk). The cover teases the reader with azure waters bounding deserted tropical islands and promises the 'details of the two oldest sites of Aboriginal occupation on the tropical east coast of Australia, as well as formulating a model of late Holocene change for the wider region'.Cited by: 8.

Late-Holocene 0ccupation and coastal economy in Blue Mud Bay, northeast Arnhem Land: Pr eliminary archaeological findings Figure 2 Distribution of sites in the study area (Geoscience Australia 1.

Life on the Margins: An archaeological investigation of late Holocene economic variability, Blue Mud Bay, Northern Australia By PatrickFaulkner Terra Australis Author: Peter Veth.

Mitchell, S. (a). “Culture Contact and Indigenous Economies on the Coburg Peninsula, Northwestern Australia.” (). “Origin and Development of Australian Aboriginal Tropical Rainforest Culture: A Reconsideration.” ().

“Technological Change in the Hunter River Valley and the Interpretation of Late Holocene Change in. This late Holocene synchronous phase of wetland deposition and/or expansion in lowland Greater Australia suggests some broader regional climatic control. Swamp establishment in the Torres Strait can be linked to the climatic regimes of Holocene tropical Australia as discussed by Schulmeister,Schulmeister,Schulmeister and Lees, and Prebble et al.

().Cited by: 7. The research presented here is primarily concerned with human-environment interactions on the tropical coast of northern Australia during the late Holocene.

Based on the suggestion that significant change can occur within short time-frames as a direct result of interactive processes, the archaeological evidence from the Point Blane Peninsula, Blue Mud Bay, is used to address.

Late Holocene mollusc exploitation and changing near-shore environments: A case study from the coastal margin of Blue Mud Bay, northern Australia Article in Environmental Archaeology 16(2) Author: Patrick Faulkner.

Request PDF | Late Holocene swamp transition in the Torres Strait, northern tropical Australia | Pollen and charcoal analyses are presented from the islands of Mua and Badu, western Torres Strait. Late Holocene Climate Change And Human Behavioural Variability In The Coastal Wet-Dry Tropics Of Northern Australia: Evidence from a pilot study of oxygen isotopes in marine bivalve shells from archaeological sites.

Australian Archaeology: Vol. 76, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 8. Late Holocene open grasslands/scrublands and erosion phases (COVA-1, 2): – cal yr BP Our results show that pre-human environmental conditions in the highlands of Cabo Verde covering the period from to cal yr BP comprise periods of disturbance and phases of erosion with seasonally wet environments (ca.

and cal yr BP).Cited by: 3.Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, GPO BoxAdelaide SAAustralia [email protected] Recent investigations into the role of shell mounds in late Holocene Aboriginal economies in northern Australia have focussed on one of the key constitu ents in mound sites: the intertidal bivalve, TegillarcaCited by: 2.Presents the archaeological data relating to the Holocene occupation of the Whitsunday Islands region of the Central Queensland coast.

This research provides details of the two oldest sites of Aboriginal occupation on the tropical east coast of Australia, as well as formulating a model of the late Holocene change for the wider by: