Environmental and cultural change in the Gippsland Lakes Region, Victoria, Australia
The subject matter of this thesis spans the disciplines of Geography, Prehistory and Anthropology in attempting to examine the interaction of environmental and socio-cultural systems. The thesis is not meant to be primarily be an in-depth study of the evolution of the Gippsland Lakes system but is concerned with the question of the nature of the interaction of a small-scale society with its environment and how this is reflected in the cultural forms of the society. That is, rather than...[Show more]
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