The ebb and flow : an archaeological investigation of late holocene economic variability on the Coastal Margin of Blue Mud Bay, Northern Australia
This thesis 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 the issue of how much change and variability occurred in hunter-gatherer economic and social structures during the late Holocene in...[Show more]
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