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Michael A. Glassow – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Kennett: The Island Chumash, Behavioral Ecology of a Maritime SocietyJournal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 2020Co-Authors: Michael A. GlassowAbstract:
Author(s): Glassow, Michael A. | Abstract: The Island Chumash, Behavioral Ecology of a Maritime Society Douglas J. Keimett. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2005.310 pp., 22 b/w photographs, 23 line illustrations, 15 maps, 20 tables, $60 (cloth).
Bård G. Stokke – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Avian brood parasitism — a growing research area in Behavioral Ecology (part II)Chinese Birds, 2013Co-Authors: Eivin Røskaft, Wei Liang, Bård G. StokkeAbstract:
正We are pleased to publish the second special issue on avian brood parasitism and to be responsible guest editors for the two special issues of Chinese Birds (Vol. 3, No. 4, 2012 and Vol. 4, No. 1, 2013), entitled “Avian Brood Parasitism – A Growing Research Area in Behavioral Ecology“. The first issue was published in December 2012. The goal of the two special issues is to publish accumulated knowledge and some of the recent developments in
Avian brood parasitism — a growing research area in Behavioral EcologyChinese Birds, 2012Co-Authors: Eivin Røskaft, Wei Liang, Bård G. StokkeAbstract:
正We are pleased to be responsible guest editors for the two special issues of Chinese Birds(Vol.3,No.4,2012 and Vol.4,No.1,2013),entitled “Avian Brood Parasitism — a Growing Research Area in Behavioral Ecology“.The goal of the two special issues is to publish accumulated knowledge and some of the recent developments in the fascinating research occurring in avian
Douglas J Kennett – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Behavioral Ecology and the transition to agriculture, 2006Co-Authors: Douglas J Kennett, Bruce WinterhalderAbstract:
This innovative volume is the first collective effort by archaeologists and ethnographers to use concepts and models from human Behavioral Ecology to explore one of the most consequential transitions in human history: the origins of agriculture. Carefully balancing theory and detailed empirical study, and drawing from a series of ethnographic and archaeological case studies from eleven locations – including North and South America, Mesoamerica, Europe, the Near East, Africa, and the Pacific – the contributors to this volume examine the transition from hunting and gathering to farming and herding using a broad set of analytical models and concepts. These include diet breadth, central place foraging, ideal free distribution, discounting, risk sensitivity, population Ecology, and costly signaling. An introductory chapter both charts the basics of the theory and notes areas of rapid advance in our understanding of how human subsistence systems evolve. Two concluding chapters by senior archaeologists reflect on the potential for human Behavioral Ecology to explain domestication and the transition from foraging to farming.
the island chumash Behavioral Ecology of a maritime society, 2005Co-Authors: Douglas J KennettAbstract:
CHAPTER 1 Introduction Study Area, Climate Change and Emergent Cultural Complexity, Note on Chronology CHAPTER 2 Human Behavioral Ecology and Maritime Societies Maritime Foraging Strategies, Diet Choice in Maritime Settings, Return Rates for Marine Resources, Central Place Foraging and Maritime Foragers, Intensification and the Ideal Free Distribution, Competition and the Formation of Social Hierarchies in Coastal Settings, Summary CHAPTER 3 Environmental Context General Physiography, Geology, Climate, Hydrology, Terrestrial Resources-Spatial Distribution, Marine Resources-Spatial Distribution, Seasonal Variability, Short-Term Climatic Variability, Paleoenvironment, Sea-level, Marine Climate History, Terrestrial Climate History, Summary CHAPTER 4 Cultural Context The Ethnohistoric Record, Chumash Population Levels, Subsistence, Settlement, Sexual Division of Labor, Sociopolitical Organization, Exchange and Specialization, Warfare and Territoriality, Ethnohistoric Summary, The Prehistoric Record, Chronology, Cultural Overview, Development of Sociopolitical Complexity, Punctuated Cultural Development, Prehistoric Summary CHAPTER 5 Historic Island Communities Historic Island Villages, Santa Cruz Island, Santa Rosa Island, San Miguel Island, Geographic Analysis, Viewshed Analysis, Rank-Size Analysis,Summary CHAPTER 6 Terminal Pleistocene to Middle Holocene Records Terminal Pleistocene Record, Early Holocene Record, Middle Holocene Record CHAPTER 7 Late Holocene Population Growth and Demographic Expansion, Territoriality and Warfare, Economic Intensificaton, Increases in Trade and Exchange, Emergent Sociopolitical Complexity CHAPTER 8 Synthesis Diet Breadth Central Place Foraging, Intensification and the Ideal Free Distribution, Competition and the Formation of Social Hierarchies References Index