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Great Basin cultural ecology

Great Basin cultural ecology

a symposium; [papers presented in a plenary symposium held during the 1972 Great Basin Anthropological Conference, September 1, at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City]. Edited by Don D. Fowler. The G.W. Smith Collection

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Published in Reno .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Great Basin -- Congresses,
  • Great Basin -- Antiquities -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesDesert Research Institute publications in the social sciences, no. 8, 9
    ContributionsFowler, Don D., 1936-, Aikens, C. Melvin., Witthoft, John, Great Basin Anthropological Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1972
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE78 G67 G74
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160,36p.
    Number of Pages16036
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19428107M

      With regard to Great Basin ecology, Christopher Chase-Dunn and Helly Mann, in their book The Wintu and Their Neighbors: A Very Small World-System in Northern California, report: “It is an. The Dietary Role of Insects in the Ancient Great Basin 4 Cultural Ecology Human Capabilities Culture as an Adaptive Mechanism Traditional Knowledge Systems Human Control of the Environment Decision Making A Concluding Thought on Management Chapter Summary Key Terms 5 Hunting and Gathering Hunter-Gatherer Classification The Hunter-Gatherer.

    Netting's Kofyar study, published in , was to become a classic monograph on the cultural ecology of intensive cultivators. Time and again, Netting was to return to this part of West Africa: he visited the Kofyar for nine months in , for six months in , for . Julian Steward's pioneer research () on Great Basin cultural ecology has profoundly influenced both American archaeology and ethnology. In addition to describing an extinct socio-cultural system in the Desert West, Steward's interpretation of Shoshonean cultural adaptations has implications far beyond the arid margins of the Great Basin.

    Adam Hodge’s Ecology and Ethnogenesis: An Environmental History of the Wind River Shoshones, – offers an interdisciplinary treatment of indigenous ethnic and cultural formation, reproduction, and reinvention from the pre-contact era to the imposition of the reservation system. Focusing on the Eastern Shoshone as a distinct and dynamic ethnic group, Hodge’s analysis bridges a. The Dietary Role of Insects in the Ancient Great Basin; 4 Cultural Ecology Human Capabilities Culture as an Adaptive Mechanism Traditional Knowledge Systems Human Control of the Environment Decision Making A Concluding Thought on Management Chapter Summary Key Terms; 5 Hunting and Gathering Hunter-Gatherer Classification The Hunter-Gatherer.


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Great Basin cultural ecology: A symposium, (Desert Research Institute. Publications in the social sciences series) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Don D Fowler (Author)Author: Don D Fowler.

Get this from a library. Great Basin cultural ecology: a symposium. [Don D Fowler; Gladys W Smith; C Melvin Aikens]. Great Basin Riparian Ecosystems: Ecology, Management, and Restoration (Volume 4) (The Science and Practice of Ecological Restoration Series) 2nd ed.

Edition. by Jeanne C. Chambers (Editor), Jerry R. Miller (Editor), James A. MacMahon (Foreword) & 0 more. ISBN Price: $ Great Basin cultural ecology. [Reno: Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada], ( printing) (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Don D Fowler.

Geographically spanning the Great Basin, Rocky Mountain, Columbia Plateau, and Great Plains regions, Ecology and Ethnogenesis engages environmental history to explore the synergistic relationship between the subsistence methods of indigenous people and the lands that they inhabited prior to the reservation era.

In examining that history, Hodge Author: Adam R. Hodge. "Julian Steward and the Great Basin is a critical assessment of Steward's work, the factors that influenced him, and his deep effect on American anthropology.

Steward () was one of the foremost American exponents of cultural ecology, the idea that societies evolve in adaptation to. Cultural ecology is the study of human adaptations to social and physical environments.

Steward’s concept of cultural ecology became widespread among. Oxford; Steward, Julian H. Theory of Culture Change: The Methodology of. Transcript of ecologia cultural. ecología cultural o evolucion multilineal. Cultural Ecology. Reserved. Compiled by Intermountain Region.

Top. Section G--Northeastern Great Basin Geomorphology. This area occurs within the Basin and Range physiographic province. The Northeastern Great Basin Section is located in northeastern Nevada. The paper explains the concept of contemporary cultural ecology, a scientific approach reflecting the relationship between human society and natural environment.

Great Basin Human Ecology at the Pleistocene- Holocene Transition. University of Utah Press, Salt LakeCity. L.S. Henrikson and K.W. McAlister,Using Geospatial Data to Reconstruct the Holocene Archaeological Record on the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. Great Basin National Park Historic Resource Study The single most comprehensive document on the cultural history of the area within and surrounding Great Basin National Park is the Great Basin National Park Historic Resource Study, completed in This study contains information on the area from prehistory, exploration, and Native American.

Native American - Native American - The Great Basin: The Great Basin culture area is centred in the intermontane deserts of present-day Nevada and includes adjacent areas in California, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, and Arizona.

It is so named because the surrounding mountains create a bowl-like landscape that prevented water from flowing out of the region.

Geographically spanning the Great Basin, Rocky Mountain, Columbia Plateau, and Great Plains regions, Ecology and Ethnogenesis engages environmental history to explore the synergistic relationship between the subsistence methods of indigenous people and the lands that they inhabited prior to the reservation era.

In examining that history, Hodge. The Great Basin is the largest area of contiguous endorheic watersheds in North spans nearly all of Nevada, much of Oregon and Utah, and portions of California, Idaho, and is noted for both its arid climate and the basin and range topography that varies from the North American low point at Badwater Basin in Death Valley to the highest point of the contiguous United States.

Description: Julian Steward and the Great Basin is a critical assessment of Steward's work, the factors that influenced him, and his deep effect on American anthropology. Steward () was one of the foremost American exponents of cultural ecology, the idea that societies evolve in adaptation to their human and natural environments.

variation seen among these stemmed traditions. Regional cultural complexes include Great Basin varieties, Cody Complex, and Windust which all fall under the moniker of Western Stemmed Point Tradition (WSPt).

Stemmed projectile point technology from this time was very widespread across the. Cu,tural Culture Ecology terminology Environmental humanities Human geography Theories of history.

Click download or read online button to get julian steward and the great basin book now. Steward s emphasis on ecology, cultural types, and multilinear wo.

Julian Steward and the Great Basin is a critical assessment of Steward’s work, the factors that influenced him, and his deep effect on American d (–) was one of the foremost American exponents of cultural ecology, the idea that societies evolve in adaptation to their human and natural environments.

"Julian Steward and the Great Basin is a critical assessment of Steward's work, the factors that influenced him, and his deep effect on American anthropology.

Steward () was one of the foremost American exponents of cultural ecology, the idea that societies evolve in adaptation to their human and natural environments. The Great Basin Culture Area or Indigenous peoples of the Great Basin is a cultural classification of indigenous peoples of the Americas and a cultural region located between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada.

Ecology. Ecoregions as currently delineated by the Environmental Protection Agency Culture, and Peoples (Google Books. Among them, Basin-Plateau Aboriginal Sociopolitical Groups (), which laid out Steward’s model of cultural ecology.

Steward searched for cross-cultural regularities in an effort to discern laws of culture and culture change.Ecology Books Showing of 8, Silent Spring (Paperback) by.

The Death and Life of the Great Lakes (Paperback) by. Dan Egan (shelved 28 times as ecology) The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture (Paperback) by. Wendell Berry (shelved 23 times as ecology).With the increasing preponderance of studies of cultural change in archaeology as well as anthropology this volume assumes as much importance for the prehistorian as for the student of contemporary societies." THE CONCEPT AND METHOD OF CULTURAL ECOLOGY.

LEVELS OF SOCIOCULTURAL INTEGRATION AN OPERATIONAL CONCEPT THE GREAT BASIN /5(2).