Human Colonization of the Arctic The Interaction Between Early Migration and the Paleoenvironment

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  • Author : V.M. Kotlyakov
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 650 pages
  • ISBN : 0128135336
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Human Colonization of the Arctic The Interaction Between Early Migration and the Paleoenvironment

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  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 11 September 2017
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Human Colonization of the Arctic: The Interaction Between Early Migration and the Paleoenvironment explores the relationship between humans and the environment during this early time of colonization, utilizing analytical methods from both the social and natural sciences to develop a unique, interdisciplinary approach that gives the reader a much broader understanding of the interrelationship between humanity and the environment. As colonization of the polar region was intermittent and irregular, based on how early humans interacted with the land, this book

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