Fire and Archaeology

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Aim
Native American burning impacts on California shrubland dominated landscapes are evaluated relative to the natural lightning fire potential for affecting landscape patterns.

Location
Focus was on the coastal ranges of central and...

Person: Keeley
Year: 2002
Type: Document

Aim: Native American burning impacts on California shrubland dominated landscapes are evaluated relative to the natural lightning fire potential for affecting landscape patterns. Location: Focus was on the coastal ranges of central and southern...

Person: Keeley
Year: 2002
Type: Document

Aim This study evaluates the long-term history of grassland, heathland and shrubland communities that are high priorities for conservation in the north-eastern US and support numerous globally rare species. Such an historical perspective is necessary...

Person: Motzkin, Foster
Year: 2002
Type: Document

Reports on a survey conducted by archaeologists on sites impacted by the Rodeo-Chediski wildfire in Arizona. Information on the archaeological sites within the fire's perimeter range; Details on the threat posed by wildfires to archaeological...

Person: Leonard
Year: 2002
Type: Document

Shallow soil cores from 56 localities along the crest of the Colorado Front Range were processed by water flotation and wet sieving, then examined for wood charcoal and charred conifer-needle fragments. Charred particles were largest and most numerous...

Person: Benedict
Year: 2002
Type: Document

Pollen, microscopic charcoal and peat humification analyses were applied to radiocarbon-dated peat cores to examine environmental change before and after the mid-Holocene transition from hunter-gatherer (Mesolithic) to agricultural (Neolithic)...

Person: Cayless, Tipping
Year: 2002
Type: Document