3 edition of Prehistoric human ecology along the upper Savannah River found in the catalog.
Prehistoric human ecology along the upper Savannah River
Commonwealth Associates, inc.
|Statement||prepared for the U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Archeological Services Branch, Atlanta under contracts CX 5000-0-4045 and CX 5000-1-1033 by Commonwealth Associates Inc. ; prepared under the supervision of David G. Anderson and Joseph Schuldenrein.-|
|Series||Russell papers -- 1985|
|Contributions||Anderson, David G., Schuldenrein, Joseph|
|LC Classifications||E78G3 C65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xxxv, 748 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||748|
ContentsFiguresTablesPreface1. Culture, Environment, and Adaptation: Perspectives from the Ancient Southwest Jeffrey S. Dean and David E. Doyel2. Early People, Early Maize, and Late Archaic Ecology in the Southwest Alan H. Simmons3. Prehistoric Human Response to Landscape Change in the American Southwest Michael R. Waters4. Catfish - Fishing for catfish is excellent in the Savannah. White catfish make up the majority, but channel cats tend to be a bit larger. Technique - Typical catfish bait (worms, cut-bait, etc.) fished near the bottom of the river in relatively deep holes will produce good results. Target deep swift-flowing water along the last third of an outside bend.
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Title Prehistoric Human Ecology Along the Upper Savannah River: Excavations at the Rucker's Bottom, Abbeville and Bullard Site Groups (Vol I & II) Binding Soft.
Book Condition VG. Size Quarto. Publisher Archaeological Services National Park Service Seller ID This report presents a detailed summary of archeological excavations undertaken at seven locations along the Savannah River in the central Piedmont of Georgia and South Carolina.
The fieldwork and analyses reported here were conducted from to as part of the environmental research and mitigation effort associated with the construction of the Richard B.
Russell Reservoir. prehistoric human ecology along the upper savannah river: excavations at the ruckerÕs bottom, abberville and bullard site groups jan 1, by David G and Joseph Schuldenrein. Prehistoric human ecology along the upper Savannah River: excavations at the Rucker's Bottom, Abbeville and Bullard Site groups Author: David G Anderson ; Joseph Schuldenrein ; Commonwealth Associates, Inc.
; United States. Prehistoric Human Ecology Along the Upper Savannah River: Excavations at the Rucker's Bottom, Abbeville and Bullard Site Groups, Volume II.
David G. Anderson, Joseph Schuldenrein. Report,1. Jackson, MI: Commonwealth Associates. (tDAR id: )Cited by: 7. Book Title Prehistoric Human Ecology Along the Upper Savannah River: Excavations at the Rucker's Bottom, Abbeville and Bullard Site Groups, Volume I; Pages - Publisher Commonwealth Associates; Document Type chapter Language English LocationAuthor: David G.
Anderson, Charles E. Cantley, Joseph Schuldenrein. Book Title Prehistoric Human Ecology Along the Upper Savannah River: Excavations at the Rucker's Bottom, Abbeville and Bullard Site Groups, Volume I; Pages 9 - 26 Publisher Commonwealth Associates; Document Type chapter Language English Location FDAHRM, Tallahassee, Florida  tDAR ID Author: David G.
Anderson, J. Schuldenrein, J. Cable, C. Cantley, L. Novick, D. Weaver. Another salient character of the upper Savannah River, and of other Piedmont rivers, is the occurrence of hard rock outcrops and rough water at intervals along its course.
These shoals exerted SOq1e influence on the prehistoric use of the river since they provided ex cellent conditions for shallow-water fishing and facilitated crossings on by: 3.
Prehistoric Human Ecology Along the Upper Savannah River: Excavations at the Rucker's Bottom, Earth Day (4, words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to articleMorton Hilbert and the U.S. Public Health Service organized the Human Ecology Symposium, an environmental conference for students to hear from scientists.
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The chapter also presents a series of special investigations accomplished since that date. The Cannon Reservoir Human Ecology Project, a regional archeological program, was designed to investigate the processes of cultural adaptation and change in the central portion of the Salt River valley in northeastern Missouri.
Book Title Prehistoric Human Ecology Along the Upper Savannah River: Excavations at the Rucker's Bottom, Abbeville and Bullard Site Groups, Volume I; Pages - Publisher Commonwealth Associates; Document Type chapter Language English LocationAuthor: David G.
Anderson, Joseph Schuldenrein, Charles E. Cantley. Jesse Todd, “The Prehistoric Archeology of the Upper Trinity River, Eastern and North Central Texas,” Archeological Journal of the Texas Prairie Savannah 4 ().
John W. Tunnell, Jr., and Jace W. Tunnell, Pioneering Archaeology in the Texas Coastal Bend: The Pape-Tunnell Collection (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, ). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Full text of "Beneath These Waters: Archeological and Historical Studies of 11, Years Along the Savannah River".
Prehistoric Pile Dwellers within an Emergent Ecosystem: An Archaeological Case of Hunters and Gatherers at the Mouth of the Savannah River during the Mid-Holocene.
Human Ecology, Vol. 35, Issue. 2, p. Cited by: River Biodiversity and Ecology. The Savannah River, within the South Atlantic freshwater ecoregion (Abell et al. ), provides a variety of habitats that support a diverse flora and fauna.
Much is known of the organisms inhabiting the river because of long-term, ongoing studies begun in about 40 km below the Fall Line. Prehistoric Human Ecology Along the Upper Savannah River: Excavations at the Rucker's Bottom, Abbeville and Bullard Site Groups.
(David G. Anderson and Joseph Schuldenrein, assemblers). National Park Service, Interagency Archaeological Services–Atlanta, Russell. Prehistoric Human Ecology along the Upper Savannah River Excavations at EH Ruckers Bottom, Abbeville, and Bullard Site Groups This report presents a detailed summary of archeological excavations undertaken at seven locations along the Savannah River in the central Piedmont of Georgia and South Carolina.
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Christopher Gillam University of South Carolina agent-based human systems, processes and decisions that are not understanding of the Central Savannah River Area’s prehistoric cultural landscape. Likewise, the methodologies developed Cited by: 1.
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and A.D., Cahokia people are /5. From Lake Hartwell, the Savannah River flows southeasterly for miles across the Piedmont and the Upper Coastal Plain until it empties into the Atlantic Ocean approximately 15 miles downstream from the city of such, the Savannah is an alluvial stream, meaning that its waters originate in the mountains and the Piedmont and flow across the.
The Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake are located on the upper portion of the Savannah River drainage and its tributaries in Georgia and South Carolina. Many reservoirs were constructed in the southeast during the twentieth century, and archaeological investigations were conducted in many of them.
The Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake are named after former U.S. Senator. The analytic sophistication demonstrated in this volume can be traced back to pioneering works in studies of prehistoric human ecology and what is now recognized as geoarchaeology.
The combining of several subfields in geology, geomorphology, hydrology, soil morphology, and advanced dating methods have resulted in the realization of many of the aspirations of the Author: Joseph Schuldenrein.
Herpetology at SREL The University of Georgia's Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) has been an important center for extensive and intensive herpetological research since SREL researchers have captured, marked, and released more than 1 million individuals of species of reptiles and amphibians.
Evidence of a pile-dwelling community and seral environmental conditions during the late Mid-Holocene (ca 4,–3, years b.p.) is explored through archaeological data and paleoecological information from the Bilbo Site at the mouth of the Savannah River along the Georgia coast, U.S.A.
It is argued that pile dwellings were a central feature of the cultural Author: Morgan R. CrookJr. Early people, early maize, and late archaic ecology in the Southwest / Alan H.
Simmons; Prehistoric human response to landscape change in the American Southwest / Michael R. Waters; Cross-cultural perspectives on prehispanic Hohokam agricultural potential / Suzanne K.
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