Fire and Archaeology

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Fire-maintained oak savannas on silt-loam soils essentially disappeared from midwestern North America soon after European settlement because of fire suppression and agriculture. As a result, there are no precise models for restoring this vegetation and...

Person: Bowles, McBride
Year: 1998
Type: Document

One of the most complex and contentious issues in Australian ecology concerns the environmental impact of Aboriginal landscape burning. This issue is not only important for the development of a comprehensive understanding of the dynamics and evolution...

Person: Bowman
Year: 1998
Type: Document

Stratified archaeological deposits from the Little Tennessee River watershed have yielded a 10,000-year record of vegetational cahnge reflecting both geomorphic events and the utilization of plant resources by American Indians. Changes in composition...

Person: Chapman, Delcourt, Cridlebaugh, Shea, Delcourt
Year: 1982
Type: Document

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Person: Hough
Year: 1926
Type: Document