Exploring cause and explanation : historical ecology, demography, and movement in the American Southwest / edited by Cynthia Herhahn and Ann F. Ramenofsky.
Contributor(s): Ramenofsky, Ann F. (Ann Felice) [editor.] | Herhahn, Cynthia [editor.].Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Boulder, Colorado : Published by University Press of Colorado, Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781607324737; 1607324733.Subject(s): Paleo-Indians | Human ecology -- History | Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities | Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- PopulationAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Exploring cause and explanation.DDC classification: 979.004/97 LOC classification: E78.S7 | E89 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references.
The challenges of cause and explanation in historical ecology, demography and movement / Ann F. Ramenofsky and Cynthia Herhahn -- Historical ecology in Southwestern archaeology : long-term change and extreme events / Ronald H. Towner -- Terminal Pleistocene Paleoindian ecology and demography : a view from the Southwestern United States / Mary M. Prasciunas, Vance T. Holiday, and Jesse A.M. Ballenger -- Sunset Crater and Little Springs Volcano eruptions : disaster management in the eleventh century AD Southwest / Mark D. Elson, Michael H. Ort, and Kirk C. Anderson -- Changing landscapes of early colonial New Mexico : demography, rebound, and zoarchaeology / Emily Lena Jones -- Cause and explanation : considering (and reconsidering) the role of demography in Southwestern archaeology / Jeremy Kulisheck -- Why all archaeologists should care about and do population estimates / Scott G. Ortman -- Quantifying morbidity in prehispanic Southwestern villages / Ann L.W. Stodder -- Demographic patterns in the pre-Hispanic Puebloan Southwest : the role of childhood / Kathryn A. Kamp -- Ethnogenesis and archaeological demography in Southwest vecino society / B. Sunday Eiselt and J. Andrew Darling -- The stress of history : stories of an unfinished kiva / Severin Fowles -- Tracking movement in the American Southwest / Deborah L. Huntley -- Turquoise trade in the San Juan Basin, AD 900-1280 / Sharon Hull, Frances Joan Mathien, and Mustafa Fayek -- You get it here, I'll get it there : examining the movement of objects, people and ideas throughout the pithouse and Pueblo occupation of the Cañada Alamosa / Jeffrey R. Ferguson [and 4 others] -- Modeling post-AD 700 population movements and culture in the upper San Juan Region / Erik Simpson -- Movement of people and pots in the upper Gila Region of the American Southwest / Deborah L. Huntley, Jeffery Clark, and Mary Ownby.
"The authors bring together three distinct archaeological themes--historical ecology, demography, and movement--and illustrates how the epistemological issues of cause and explanation link all three major themes into a coherent whole"--Provided by publisher.
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