3 edition of Early and Middle Holocene archaeology of the northern Great Basin found in the catalog.
Early and Middle Holocene archaeology of the northern Great Basin
by Museum of Natural History and Dept. of Anthropology, University of Oregon in [Eugene, Or.]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-316).
|Statement||edited by Dennis L. Jenkins, Thomas J. Connolly, C. Melvin Aikens.|
|Series||University of Oregon anthropological papers -- 62, University of Oregon anthropological papers -- no. 62.|
|Contributions||Jenkins, Dennis L., Connolly, Thomas J., Aikens, C. Melvin., University of Oregon. Dept. of Anthropology., University of Oregon. Museum of Natural History.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 316 p. :|
|Number of Pages||316|
The early Middle Holocene of around 8, – 4, calendar years ago (cal. B.P.) provided one of these warming periods, in which the regional environment became much drier and more arid. One of the few types of material culture that have reliably been dated to the early Middle Holocene in the northern Great Basin are Northern Side-notched Author: Jordan E. Pratt. Distribution and Dating of Cultural and Paleontological Remains at the Paisley Five Mile Point Caves in the Northern Great Basin: An Early Assessment Dennis L. Jenkins Chapter 5. Stratigraphy and Chronology of the Pleistocene to Holocene Transition at Bonneville Estates Rockshelter, Eastern Nevada Kelly E. Graf Chapter 6.
Early and Middle Holocene Archaeology of the Northern Great Basin. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers Eugene. (Dennis L. Jenkins) • The Grasshopper and the Ant: Middle Holocene Occupations and Storage Behavior at the Bowling Dune Site in the Fort Rock Basin. Dennis L. Jenkins is a research archaeologist, field school supervisor for the Oregon State Museum of Anthropology/Museum of Natural and Cultural History at the University of Oregon, and director of the university's Northern Great Basin Field of his excavations led to a new accepted date for earliest human settlement in the Americas. Jenkins' work on coprolites earned him the Occupation: Archaeologist.
His publications include “Oregon Archaeology” (Oregon State University Press, ), Early and Middle Holocene Archaeology of the Northern Great Basin (University of Oregon Anthropological Pap ), and Archaeological Researches in the Northern Great Basin: Fort Rock Archaeology Since Cressman (University of Oregon Anthropological. "Geoarchaology of Wetland Settings in the Fort Rock Basin, South-Central Oregon." In Early and Middle Holocene Archaeology of the Northern Great Basin, edited by Dennis L. Jenkins, Thomas J. Connolly, and C. Melvin Aikens, pp. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers
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This led him to postulate the existence of a wide-spread Early Holocene (13, to cal. BP) cultural system he termed the Western Pluvial Lakes Tradition (WPLT).
This tradition was most strongly characterized by the intensive exploitation of shallow- water marsh resources, particularly Size: 1MB. Early and Middle Holocene Archaeology of the Northern Great Basin (University of Oregon Anthropological Paper 62) [Dennis L.
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Get this from a library. Early and Middle Holocene archaeology of the northern Great Basin. [Dennis L Jenkins; Thomas J Connolly; C Melvin Aikens; University of Oregon.
Department of Anthropology.; University of Oregon. Museum of Natural History.;]. Luther S. Cressman’s excavations at Fort Rock Cave, in the Northern Great Basin of central Oregon, recovered approximately sandals (or parts thereof) made of woven sagebrush bark among.
Early and Middle Holocene Archaeology of the Northern Great Basin Edited by Geoarchaeology of Wetland Settings in the Fort Rock Basin, South-Central Oregon.
Early and Middle Holocene Archaeology of the Northern Great Basin Edited by D. Jenkins, T. Connolly, and C. Aikens, pp.University of Oregon Anthropological Pap X-Rays, Artifacts, and Procurement Ranges: A Mid-Project Snapshot of Prehistoric Obsidian Procurement Patterns in the Fort Rock Basin of OregonFile Size: KB.
Basketry chronology of the early Holocene in the northern Great Basin. In D. Jenkins, T. Connolly, & C. Aikens (Eds.), Early and middle Holocene archaeology of the northern Great Basin, University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no. 62 (pp. –).Cited by: 2. O’Neill, B.L. Evidence for Early Holocene Interaction Between the Upper Umpqua River and Northern Great Basin.
In, D.L. Jenkins, T.J. Connolly and C.M. Aikens (eds.), pp. –, Early and Middle Holocene Archaeology of the Northern Great Basin. University of Oregon Anthropological Pap Eugene, Oregon.
Google ScholarCited by: 6. Covering a large swath of the American West, the Great Basin, centered in Nevada and including parts of California, Utah, and Oregon, is named for the unusual fact that none of its rivers or streams flow into the sea.
This fascinating illustrated journey through deep time is the definitive environmental and human history of this beautiful and little traveled region, home to Death Valley, the 4/5(1).
Mammalian responses to middle Holocene climatic change in the Great Basin of the western United States. Journal of Biogeography – Harper, K.T. & Alder, G.M. Cited by: This book is indispensable for anyone with a serious interest in the Great Basin, or indeed in the environmental and human prehistory of North America.
A work of deeply impressive scholarship, The Great Basin: A Natural Prehistory synthesizes a staggering wealth of information about the geology, paleontology, natural history, and anthropology Cited by: Jenkins DL () The grasshopper and the ant: middle Holocene occupations and storage behavior at the bowling dune site in the Fort Rock Basin, Central Oregon.
In: Jenkins DL, Connolly TJ, Aikens CM (eds) Early and middle Holocene archaeology of the northern Great : Katelyn N. McDonough. In Early and Middle Holocene Archaeology of the Northern Great Basin, D.L. Jenkins, T.J. Connolly, and C.M. Aikens (eds) pp University of Oregon Anthropological Pap Eugene, Oregon Brian L.
O’Neill Multiple Hydration Rates on Pre-Mazama Obsidian Artifacts in the Umpqua Drainage, Southwest Oregon. recognized by anthropology as the Great Basin culture area.
The following descriptions of the physical, environmental, and cultural definitions of the Great Basin are centered on a core region but differ in their geographic boundaries. ydrographic Great Basin. The Great Basin. Author of Hogup Cave, Archaeology of Oregon, Current status of CRM archaeology in the Great Basin, Archaeology of Oregon, Oregon archaeology, The archaeology of Coffeepot Flat, South-Central Oregon, Early and Middle Holocene archaeology of the northern Great Basin, Prehistoric hunter-gatherers in Japan.
Oregon State University Press Corvallis Oregon Archaeology C. Melvin Aikens Thomas J. Connolly & Dennis L. Jenkins For more information or to order the book,File Size: 6MB. Bison (Bison bison) were widespread in the eastern and northern parts of the Great Basin (the area of internal drainage in the arid western USA) during the late Holocene, particularly after 14 Cyr BP.
However, of the four areas within the Great Basin for which there is anecdotal evidence of the historic presence of these animals, only one-south-central Oregon-has provided compelling Cited by: but also in a variety of other Great Basin contexts as well (e.g., Grayson, ).
Early and middle Holocene aridity also appears to have negatively affected indigenous human pop- ulations in the Great Basin.
In fact, the Holocene history of human populations in many locations is broadly parallel to that of the mesic small mam. The museum's summer archaeological field school was established in by Luther S. Cressman, who is known as the father of Oregon archaeology.
In the field school, excavating at Fort Rock Cave in Oregon's Northern Great Basin, recovered a cache of sagebrush bark sandals from below a layer of volcanic ash.Along with an unusual assemblage of 40 Dentalium shell artifacts, faunal remains from Otter Cave (CA-SMI) provide valuable information on the nature of San Miguel Island environments and the adaptations of its maritime peoples during the early Middle Holocene.
To assess the impact of climate change on middle-Holocene human population densities in this region, we examine the frequency structures of radiocarbon-dated archaeological sites through time in three separate parts of the Great Basin: the Bonneville Basin, Fort Rock Basin, and western Lahontan by: