Impact of Human Colonization on the Landscape: A View from the Western Pacific
In this paper we review and assess the impact of colonizing peoples on their landscape by focusing on two very different colonizing processes within the western Pacific. The first is the initial human colonization of New Guinea 45,000-40,000 years ago by
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