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