Title: Kao gu xue yu yong xu fa zhan yan jiu = ...
Publisher: Zhong yang yan jiu yuan ren wen she hui ke xue yan jiu zhong xin kao gu xue yan jiu zhuan ti zhong xin = Center for Archaeological Studies, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica
Publication Date: 2013
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
511 pp., illustrations, bibliography. In English and Chinese. Contents: Was ancient Hawaiian dryland agriculture sustainable? The Hawai'i biocomplexity project in retrospect / Patrick V. Kirch. -- Utilitarian archaeology: "mining" the past for the future / Paul E. Minnis. -- Breaking down sustainability: robustness and evolvability in settlement poses of prehispanic northern Pueblo societies in the US Southwest / Timothy A. Kohler. -- Long-term vulnerability and resilience: three examples from archaeological study in the Southwestern United States and northern Mexico / Marcharet C. Nelson, Michelle Hegmon, Keith W. Kintigh, Ann P. Kinzig, Ben A. Nelson, John M. Anderies, David A. Abbott, Katherine A. Spielmann, Scott E. Ingram, Matthew A. Peeples, Stephanie Kulow, Colleen A. Strawbacker, and Catheryn Meegan. -- Prehistoric flood and the origin of Chinese civilization in the Yellow River Area / Zheng-Kai Xia, Jun-Na Zhang. -- Drastic desiccation since the late eighth century caused the decline of Silk Road: geochemical evidence from a sediment core of Lake Bosten, Xinjiang, northwestern China / Kuo-Yen Wei, Sheng-Rong Song, Chi-Yue Huang, Teh-Que Lee, Yong Wang, Pei-Yi Yao. -- The evolution of natural and social landscapes in the late prehistoric East Timor: a historical ecology perspective / Chin-Yung Chao. -- Environmental perception and resources utilization of the first arrivals in Neolithic Taiwan / Cheng-Hwa Tsang. -- Choice of settlement locations and natural disaster: Indigenous distributional patterns based on archaeological evidence of the Nanzixian River catchment, Taiwan / Yi-Chang Liu. -- Archaeology, sustainability and fisheries / Jon M. Erlandson, Torben C. Rick, Todd J. Braje. -- Changes induced by human exploitation in prehistoric shellfish population: a case study from the OLP II site excavation in Taiwan / Kuang-Ti Li, Steven James. -- Towards a sustainable archaeology / Neal Ferris, John Welch, Aubrey Cannon. -- Applied archaeology and urbanization in modern China / Ji-Gen Tang. -- Sustainable education and tourism resources: a journey of enlightenment featuring the archaeological sites in Taichung City / Whei-Lee Chu. -- Digital preservation of the past: the establishment of the online database for the study of Lapita pottery / Scarlett Chiu. Bookseller Inventory # 9789860393378UCB041616
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