Human Impacts on Ancient Marine Ecosystems: A Global Perspective

By Torben C. Rick; Jon M. Erlandson | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
Contributorsvii
Prefaceix
1ARCHAEOLOGY, MARINE ECOLOGY, AND HUMAN IMPACTS ON MARINE ENVIRONMENTS1
Jon M. Erlandson and Torben C. Rick
2SHORT AND SOMETIMES SHARP: HUMAN IMPACTS ON MARINE RESOURCES IN THE ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF SOUTH POLYNESIA21
Atholl Anderson
3ALEUT HUNTERS, SEA OTTERS, AND SEA COWS: THREE THOUSAND YEARS OF INTERACTIONS IN THE WESTERN ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA43
Debra G. Corbett, Douglas Causey, Mark Clementz, Paul L. Koch, Angela Doroff, Christine Lefèvre, and Dixie West
4HISTORICAL ECOLOGY AND HUMAN IMPACTS ON COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS OF THE SANTA BARBARA CHANNEL REGION, CALIFORNIA77
Torben C. Rick, Jon M. Erlandson, Todd J. Braje, James A. Estes, Michael H. Graham, and René L. Vellanoweth
5LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF HUMAN PREDATION ON MARINE ECOSYSTEMS IN GUERRERO, MEXICO103
Douglas J. Kennett, Barbara Voorhies, Thomas A. Wake, and Natalia Martínez
6ANCIENT FISHERIES AND MARINE ECOLOGY OF COASTAL PERU125
Elizabeth J. Reitz, C. Fred T. Andrus, and Daniel H. Sandweiss
7HUMAN IMPACTS ON MARINE ENVIRONMENTS IN THE WEST INDIES DURING THE MIDDLE TO LATE HOLOCENE147
Scott M. Fitzpatrick, William F. Keegan, and Kathleen Sullivan Sealey
8POSSIBLE PREHISTORIC FISHING EFFECTS ON COASTAL MARINE FOOD WEBS IN THE GULF OF MAINE165
Bruce J. Bourque, Beverly J. Johnson, and Robert S. Steneck
9CODFISH AND KINGS, SEALS AND SUBSISTENCE: NORSE MARINE RESOURCE USE IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC187
Sophia Perdikaris and Thomas H. McGovern
10HISTORICAL ECOLOGY OF THE NORTH SEA BASIN: AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE AND SOME PROBLEMS OF METHODOLOGY215
Geoff Bailey, James Barrett, Oliver Craig, and Nicky Milner

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