2 edition of Modern Quaternary Research in SE Asia V8 found in the catalog.
Modern Quaternary Research in SE Asia V8
January 1, 1984
by Taylor & Francis
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
The wallaby population evidently thrived at its demographic maximum throughout the early and mid-Holocene, suggesting that human population densities, and therefore hunting pressure, were low until c. volume of Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia offers a unique perspective on sustainable hunting in prehistory and provides. Pages (March ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Book review Full text access East of Wallace's line: studies of past and present maritime cultures of the Indo-Pacific. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia, Vol. S. O’Conner, P. Veth (Eds.), A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam , pp., EUR, ISBN.
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absolute time period: c. 40,–10, b.p. On the Southeast Asian mainland (where it grades at various dates into the Hoabinhian), but continuing to b.p. without technological change in much of. The Emergence of Bone Technologies at the End of the Pleistocene in Southeast Asia: Regional and Evolutionary Implications Article (PDF Available) in Cambridge Archaeological Journal 22( 1. Introduction. Homo erectus evolved from an earlier stock of Homo in the open woodland plains of East and South Africa and from there migrated into other parts of the world. The “out of Africa” theory implies that the species ventured out of Africa some Ma to the Old World and to Asia, reaching India and finally SE Asia after a long, unknown migration.
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Abstract. Four categories of islands in SE Download pdf may be identified on the basis of their histories of landbridge connections. Those islands on the shallow, continental Sunda Shelf were joined to the Asian mainland by a broad landbridge during the late Pleistocene; other islands were connected to the Sunda Shelf by a middle Pleistocene landbridge; some were parts of larger oceanic islands; and.The ebook of the Punung karstic area (eastern Java) for the chronology of the Javanese Palaeolithic, with special reference to the Song Terus cave (Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia 18): Rotterdam: Balkema.