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  • Cz owiek a srodowisko geograficzne w Wielkiej Brytanii w okresie mezolitu. (Mesolithic man and environment in Great Britain)
  • The author presents an influence of man's activity on environment in Great Britain in early Mesolithic. Considerations concerning upland areas such as Dartmoor, North Yorkshire Moors and Southern Pennines include mainly the analysis of forest
  • community evolution near the top limit. In lowland areas such as Breckland and the Weald is seen terms of deliberate burning of the forest by late Mesolithic culture. The author gives classification of Mesolithic settlements, that suggests that small number
  • The climatic/environmental conditions related to the different periods of occupation of the site are traced. The mesolithic settlement of Coppa Nevigata appears to be largely dependent on the lagoon and on its variations. A soil seals the mesolithic
  • to a very early end of the mesolithic occupation in this area.
  • Mesolithic settlement on the sea floor in the Strait of Oresund in Quaternary coastlines and marine archaeology: Towards the prehistory of land bridges and continental shelves.
  • Mesolithic adaptations along the coast of northern Spain
  • Semi e carboni del mesolitico e neolitico della Grotta dell'Uzzo, Trapani. (Seeds and charcoal from the mesolithic and neolithic sequence of Uzzo Cave, Trapani)
  • Pedo-tephrostratigraphic context of Palaeo-Mesolithic occurences at Frigento, Hirpinia (Campanian Apennine)
  • Appennino ; Archeological site ; Campania ; Geoarchaeology ; Italy ; Lithostratigraphy ; Mesolithic ; Palaeogeography ; Palaeolithic ; Schist ; Tephrochronology
  • and/or Mesolithic industries. Differences in sedimentary records can be explained by variations in regional conditions during the last interglacial-glacial cycle and especially by the distance from the maximum advance of ice during glaciation.
  • Human activiy has affected the landscapes of karstic areas of the British Isles since the Mesolithic. Six main categories of human impact on limestone areas are considered in detail: ground-subsidence related; water related; quarrying; surface stone
  • examination of Cervus and Sus remains excavated in the mesolithic and neolithic levels. The osteo-archaeological analysis of more than 6 500 remains suggests some indications about the pattern of exploitation of these two animals.
  • on palaeoclimatic change and the nature of the transition from the Mesolithic to Neolithic in the British Isles suggests that both climatic change and human activities were implicated.
  • A reconstruction of middle Holocene alluvial hardwood forests (Lower Scheldt River, Northern Belgium) and their exploitation during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition period (Swifterbant culture, ca. 4,500-4,000 BC)
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Biological indicator ; C 14 dating ; Chronostratigraphy ; France ; Holocene ; Lateglacial ; Mesolithic ; Micromorphology ; Oise ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeolithic ; Palynology ; Picardie