- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
1Responding to Stress or Coping with Abundance?
2Historical Degradation and Ecological Recovery
3Paleocoastal Landscapes, Marginality, and Early Human Settlement of the California Islands
4Where Carbohydrates Were Key
5The Potential Use of Seaweeds and Marine Plants by Native Peoples of Alta and Baja California
6Mineral Resources on the Islands of Alta and Baja California
7Marginality, Conveyance of Goods, and Trade on California’s Islands
8Differences in Human Population Density between the California Islands and the Coastal Mainland
10Archaeology, Historical Ecology, and Marginality
- An Archaeology of Abundance
Kristina M. Gill
Jon M. Erlandson
- University Press of Florida
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