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The Archaeology of Human-Environmental Dynamics on the North American Atlantic Coast$
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Leslie Reeder-Myers, John A. Turck, and Torben C. Rick

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780813066134

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813066134.001.0001

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Island Chain Coastlines

Island Chain Coastlines

A History of Human Adaptation in the Florida Keys

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(p.232) 9 Island Chain Coastlines
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The Archaeology of Human-Environmental Dynamics on the North American Atlantic Coast
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Traci Ardren

Scott Fitzpatrick

Victor D. Thompson

, Leslie Reeder-Myers, John A. Turck, Torben C. Rick

Victor D. Thompson

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University Press of Florida
DOI:10.5744/florida/9780813066134.003.0009

The Florida Keys are a small island chain along the Atlantic coast that preserve unique data on human-environmental interactions in prehistory, overlooked in earlier research but now the focus of new investigations. These investigations were spurred in part by the threat of sea level rise and the need to better understand human adaptations to changing ecosystems. This chapter presents a summary of previous research as well as preliminary results of new investigations into human adaptation in the Florida Keys during the pre-Columbian period.

Keywords:   Sealevel rise, Florida Keys, Prehistory, Island, Pre-Columbian period

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