The Mesolithic Period in Europe has been a much-discussed area in archaeological research. The assemblages indicate a strong interplay between two major habitat types, maritime heath and grassland. Within United Kingdom About this Item: Published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1956. Within United Kingdom About this Item: Cambridge University Press, 1975. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. London : Collins, 31- 58.
The is a globose 5—11 mm 0. The History of the British Flora, A Factual Basis for Phytogeography. The thermal maximum and the Atlantic period; 14. A seller you can rely on. Binding tight and contents clean. Galcial stages: early and middle Weichselian; 8. In Perspectives on Plant Competition ed.
New Phytologist 82, 585- 612. Aberdeen: O'Dell Memorial Monograph 21, Department of Geography, University of Aberdeen. With 26 plates, 119 text diagrams, Folding table to rear and an extensive bibliography and Index. In The Vegetation of Scotland ed. Within United Kingdom About this Item: Cambridge University Press, 1956. The Background Scale of Pleistocene Events: 1. Galcial stages: early and middle Weichselian; 8.
Collection and Identification of Plant Remains: 1. Description: ix, 541 pages, xxviii of plates : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm. The research took a three-tiered approach beginning with technological studies, followed by aesthetics research, and finally biological and ecological planning. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States and Canada. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 21, 392-398. As visitors tour the city, they, are able to access multimedia content associated with buildings and other historically, significant sites.
Introduction: explanation of conventions; 2. Crown lightly bumped, page edges toned and spotted. Records have also come from the strata in , , and. The virtual landscape reconstruction is populated with vegetation types based on pollen records of the same period in nearby region, and 3D models of Mesolithic dwellings have been grouped into villages and positioned near possible settlement areas. A few notes on rear end paper.
Journal of Arid Environments, 49, 221-263. However, the process that leads to the final delivery of the presentation layer of an archaeological visualisation is often a thorough and lengthy scientific process, involving more than just a pretty picture on a high-tech display unit. Frequencies over the past hundred years. A fine copy in slightly worn but very good dust jacket. New Phytologist 97, 99- 113. A short-term lowering of the water level sandy algal micrite and slightly brackish waters occurred in zone 2, as a result of severe droughts. Book Condition: Very Good; firm binding; contents very good; no dust jacket.
Newspaper obituary of the author tipped in at rear. Publisher's original dark brown cloth, spine with red cloth title label lettered in gilt, gilt symbol of Cambridge Univ. Earlier research is described that supported the development of a virtual recreation of a submerged Mesolithic river valley, discovered during petrochemical surveys of the Southern Basin of the North Sea. To achieve this, different techniques for 3D acquisition, integration and visualisation must work together in order to create 3D interactive virtual environments which are engaging and accessible for the visitors of a museum. From pollen zone 4 to pollen zone 5 an evolution from lakeward to landward position occurred. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine, price-clipped. London : Collins, 73- 91.
Collection and Identification of Plant Remains: 1. In this study, we investigate various questions related to how individuals respond to a palaeoenvironmental simulation, on an interactive tabletop device where participants have the opportunity to build a settlement on a coastal landscape, balancing safety, and access to resources, including sea and terrestrial foodstuffs, while taking into consideration the threat of rising sea levels. Bright, crisp, clean and tight throughout. This paper presents the techniques and technology used in reconstructing an ancient river valley discovered while gathering seismic data for petroleum in the North Sea. The sediment of pollen zone 4, a sandy algal micrite, indicates the development of a littoral bench at the core site.