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People-plant interaction and economic botany over 47,000 years of occupation at Carpenter's Gap 1, south central Kimberley

Dilkes-Hall, India Ella; O'Connor, Sue; Balme, Jane


Systematic archaeobotanical analysis, conducted in conjunction with archaeological enquiry at Australian archaeological sites, is still rare despite recent developments. It is still rarer that previously analysed macrobotanical assemblages are revisited over time. Extending on macrobotanical research conducted by McConnell in 1997, this paper presents the results of a recent analysis of Carpenter's Gap 1 non-woody macrobotanical remains (seeds, fruits, nuts, and other floristic elements) from...[Show more]

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Date published: 2019-05-15
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Archaeology
DOI: 10.1080/03122417.2019.1595907
Access Rights: Open Access


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