Environmental Archaeology: Approaches, Techniques & Applications

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Tempus, 2003 - History - 320 pages
Environmental archaeology focuses on the ways in which humans have interacted with nature throughout the past. This book discusses what exactly the field is, why it is studied, and what contribution it can make to reconstructing the past. Individual chapters focus on how the field of study developed, its key principles, techniques and approaches, and how environmental archaeologists reach and communicate their interpretations of the evidence.

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Keith Wilkinson, a retired religious educator, was born on a farm near Watonga, Oklahoma. With degrees in history and religion, he kindles a keen interest in people and culture. Widowed, Wilkinson has three married daughters and six grandchildren. He lives near Edmond, Oklahoma. His first solo travel is detailed in Around The World: A Solo Adventure available from Outskirts Press or on Amazon.

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