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The approach of Archaeology as Human Ecology goes far beyond traditional environmental archaeology, which is concerned with simple reconstruction. It deals not with artifacts, but with sites, settlements, and subsistence.
Archaeology as Human Ecology: Method and Theory for a Contextual Approach by Karl W. Butzer
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Edith Cowan University Library. Books by Karl W. These methods are then used in examining interactions between human communities and their biophysical environment: Components of this study include geo-archaeology, archaeobotany, zoo-archaeology, and archaeometry. Butzer’s goal is to interpret the ecosystem of which an archaeologicial site or site network was part.
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