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  • River ice as a taphonomic agent: an alternative hypothesis for bone artifacts
  • An intuitive taphonomic model is developed to explain how river ice of temperate and high-latitude rivers may affect bones, and to predict the modifications expected. Partial testing of the model by experiments designed to simulate river breakup
  • produced bone modifications such as fractures, flakes, facets, striations, isolated cuts, and polish. The taphonomic effects of river ice must be discounted prior to the interpretation of such features as human in origin.
  • A journey to the source of the River Oxus
  • The Position of new immigrants in the Fall River textile industry
  • 1890-1905 ; Canadiens Français ; Coton ; Etats-Unis ; Européens ; Fall River ; Géographie historique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Immigration ; Industrie textile ; Massachussets ; Migration ; Portugais
  • Immigration de main-d'oeuvre (Canadiens français, Européens, en particulier Portugais) à la fin du XIX s et au début du XX s, dans le centre d'industrie cotonnière de Fall River, Massachussets.
  • The paper is devoted to Gerodot's river Akes identification with one of the contemporary central-asian rivers. Analysis of written sources, geographic, archeologic and ethnographic data brings to the conclusion, that the river Akes is a prototype
  • Context and environment in taphonomic analysis: examples from Alaska's Porcupine River caves
  • Alaska ; Analyse taphonomique ; Archéologie ; Arctique ; Etats-Unis ; Grotte ; Géographie historique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Méthodologie ; Paléofaune ; Peuplement ; Pléistocène supérieur ; Porcupine River ; Préhistoire ; Quaternaire zones
  • Paleogeographical remarks to some Scythian river names of Herodotus related to Slavonic and Hungarian languages
  • Disease mapping and early theories of Yellow River
  • The analysis combines the river navigations with the network of major roads and the location of the more important towns, in order to depict the main geographical elements of the medieval urban trading system.
  • Fonctionnaire britannique, puis explorateur en Afrique. Harry H. Johnston (1858-1927) fut aussi un géographe| ses principales publications: The River Congo| The Kilimanjaro expedition| The Niger delta| Livingstone and the exploration of Central
  • observations were mainly of cities| lengthy periods were spent in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Richmond, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, and New Orleans. From there he moved up the Mississippi River to St. Louis. Cincinnati, Chicago, Denver
  • on the basis of differential staining and fresh breakage are suspect. Physical processes, such as the violent forces of river ice breakups in the north, and bone crushing by mammalian scavengers produce similar pseudo-artifacts. Additionally, the middle
  • physiographic situations. Locality situation in regions dominated by proglacial sediments, on lake-edge features adjacent to strand-dissecting tributaries, within major river valleys, implies selectivity reflecting primary adaptation. Fluted-point associations