Arctic Archaeology, Volume 30, Issue 3
Routledge, 1999 - Social Science - 517 pages
This issue covers a variety of arctic areas and inhabitants along several points in history, and features valuable new work on the peoples and creatures who lived in this harsh region. Articles include- Prehistory of Newfoundland hunter-gatherers- extinctions or adaptations?; Ancient humans in Eurasian Arctic ecosystems- environmental dynamics and changing subsistence; Thule Eskimo bowhead whale interception strategies; New adaptive strategies in the Saqqaq culture of Greenland c.1600-1400 bc; Local Heroes- the long-term effects of short-term prosperity - an example from the Canadian arctic; Northeast Asia in the late Pleistone and Early Holocene; Aleutian Island pre-history- living in insular extremes.
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