The exploitation and cultural importance of sea mammals / edited by Gregory G. Monks.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Oxford : Oxbow, c2005.
Description
viii, 173 p. : ill., maps ; 31 cm.

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  • International Council for Archaeozoology. Conference (9th : 2002 : Durham, England). Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the International Council of Archaeozoology. [More in this series]
  • Proceedings of the 9th conference of the International Council of Archaeozoology, Durham, August 2002
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
From the Palaeolithic to the present-day : the research value of marine mammal remains from archaeological contexts and the uses of contemporary museum reference collections / Richard Sabin -- Retreat and resilience : fur seals and human settlement in New Zealand / Ian Smith -- Archaeofaunal insights on pinniped-human interactions in the northeastern Pacific / D. Gifford-Gonzalez ... [et al.] -- Aleut sea-mammal hunting : ethnohistorical and archaeological evidence / Lucille Lewis Johnson -- Dorset Palaeoeskimo harp seal exploitation at Phillip's Garden (Eebi-1), northwestern Newfoundland / Lisa Hodgetts -- Late Neolithic seal hunting in southern Brittany : a zooarchaeological study of the site of Er Yoh (Morbihan) / K.V. Boyle -- Human exploitation and history of seals in the Baltic during late Holocene / Jan Storå and Lembi Lõugas -- Prehistoric dolphin hunting on Santa Cruz Island, California / Michael A. Glassow -- Cetaceans and humans beings at the uttermost part of America : a lasting relationship in Tierra Del Fuego / Ernesto Luis Piana -- An oil utility index for whale bones / Gregory G. Monks -- A whale of problem? Zooarchaeology and modern whaling / Jacqui Mulville -- Discussion : sea mammals in zooarchaeloogy AD 2002 / Gregory G. Monks.
ISBN
1842171267 (cased)
OCLC
56759036
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