Evaluating human responses to ENSO driven climate change during the Holocene in northwest Australia through macrobotanical analyses
The Holocene is recognised as a period through which a number of climatic fluctuations and environmental stresses occur - associated with intensifying El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) climatic conditions from c. 5000 years - contemporaneous with technological and social changes in Australian Aboriginal lifeways. In the Kimberley region of northwest Western Australia, human responses to ENSO driven climate change are most evident archaeologically in technological transformations observed in...[Show more]
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