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    • A Canyon through Time

    • Summarizes the history of Tecolote Canyon on California’s Santa Barbara coast that has been occupied by humans for at least 9000 years, using data from archaeology, ecology, geology, and geography.
    • Anthropology / Archaeology
    • Complex Hunter-Gatherers

    • A broad synthesis of the archaeology of the Plateau region of the Pacific Northwest and the evolution and organization of the complex hunter-gatherers in general.
    • Anthropology / Archaeology
    • Entering America

    • Provides up-to-date information on the nature of environmental and cultural conditions in northeast Asia and Beringia (the Bering land bridge) immediately prior to the Last Glacial Maximum.
    • Anthropology / Archaeology
    • Indigenous Ways to the Present

    • Traces the Iñupiat and Yupik peoples whaling practices for the past 2,000 years, with contributions that center on the variation in whaling practices and traditions over time.
    • Anthropology / Archaeology
    • Island of Fogs

    • This archaeological, historical, and ethnographic profile of Isla Cedros, Baja California is a relevant historical counterpart to modern discussions of ecological change and alternative models for sustainable development.
    • Anthropology and Archaeology
    • Modern Oceans,  Ancient Sites

    • Provides a deep archaeological perspective of the ecology of coastal ecosystems and human impacts on them in order to bridge the divide between the archaeological record and the modern oceanic crises.
    • Anthropology / Archaeology
    • Prehistoric California

    • Dispels lingering mythologies about California’s prehistory, such as the notion that the area was a natural cornucopia, and provide a solid basis for a new, more nuanced view of the state.
    • Anthropology / Archaeology
    • The Northern World, AD 900–1400

    • Explores the region stretching across the Arctic from the Bering Straits to Greenland, giving information on the climate changes through the ages and the rise and fall of widespread cultures.
    • Anthropology / Archaeology
    • The Origins of a Pacific Coast Chiefdom

    • This volume examines the final thousand years of the coastal Chumash culture, one of the most hierarchically organized and complex hunter-gatherer groups in the world.
    • Anthropology / Archaeology

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