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Learning from Paleo-Landscapes Defining the Land-Use Systems of the Ancient Malayo-Polynesian Homeland

Carson, Mike; Hung, Hsiao-chun


Paleo-landscape investigations contextualize how people have inhabited and coevolved dynamically with their landforms, resource zones, and social-ecological niches during measured time intervals and through extended chronological sequences. Toward illustrating this research potential, changing paleo-landscapes 2500–1500 BC reveal the ancient conditions of the places where people lived in both Taiwan and the northern Philippines, in this case exploring what transpired there during a critical...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2018-12-12
Type: Journal article
Source: Current Anthropology
DOI: 10.1086/700757
Access Rights: Open Access


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