Mobility and technology in the Kakadu coastal wetlands
Bipolar knapping is considered to be advantageous when mobility is low and the relative abundance of bipolar cores may therefore be a measure of residential mobility. Using these propositions the difference between assemblages in the Kakadu coastal wetlands is explored by focusing on the frequency of bipolar cores within each site.
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