Human Ecology of the Canadian Prairie Ecozone 11,000 to 300 BP

by B.A. Nicholson | 15 November 2011
Category: Science Academic
The Canadian Prairie Ecozone (CPE) is spatially defined by the foothills of Alberta on the west and the boreal forest/parkland interface on the north and the east. As members of the multidisciplinary SCAPE (Study of Cultural Adaptations in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone) Project, the authors have synthesized a comprehensive account of the successive cultural lifeways and social practices of precontact groups that have succeeded one another over time and space in this region over the past 11,000 years.
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The Canadian Prairie Ecozone (CPE) is spatially defined by the foothills of Alberta on the west and the boreal forest/parkland interface on the north and the east. As members of the multidisciplinary SCAPE (Study of Cultural Adaptations in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone) Project, the authors have synthesized a comprehensive account of the successive cultural lifeways and social practices of precontact groups that have succeeded one another over time and space in this region over the past 11,000 years.
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The Canadian Prairie Ecozone (CPE) is spatially defined by the foothills of Alberta on the west and the boreal forest/parkland interface on the north and the east. As members of the multidisciplinary SCAPE (Study of Cultural Adaptations in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone) Project, the authors have synthesized a comprehensive account of the successive cultural lifeways and social practices of precontact groups that have succeeded one another over time and space in this region over the past 11,000 years.

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Human Ecology of the Canadian Prairie Ecozone 11,000 to 300 BP

ISBN9780889772540

Format

Publisher (15 November. 2011)

No. of Pages190

Weight440

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 241 x 3 x 165