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Title: Early inhabitants of the Amazonian tropical rain forest: A study of humans and environmental dynamics
Authors: Mora, Santiago
Advisor: Raymond, J. Scott
Issue Date: 2001
Department: Archaeology
Publisher: University of Calgary
ISBN: 0612648273
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/40804
Description: Bibliography: p. 166-204.
Type: Thesis or Dissertation
Degree: Ph.D.
Subject: Indians of South America - Columbia - Araracuara Plateau - Antiquities
Excavations (Archaeology) - Columbia - Araracuara Plateau
Hunting and gathering societies - Columbia - Araracuara Plateau
Peña Roja Site (Columbia)
Columbia - Antiquities
Columbia - Araracuara Plateau - Indians of South America
Columbia - Araracuara Plateau - Archaeology
Columbia - Araracuara Plateau - Hunting and gathering societies
Columbia - Antiquities
Extent: xiv, 204 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
Appears in Collections:University of Calgary Theses

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