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The Future from the Past (Hardback)

Archaeozoology in Wildlife Conservation and Heritage Management

P&S History > Archaeology > Zoology & Archaeozoology P&S History > Architecture > Heritage & Conservation

Imprint: Oxbow Books
Series: Proceedings of the 9th ICAZ Conference
Pages: 184
Illustrations: 99 b/w figs
ISBN: 9781842171158
Published: 11th December 2003
Casemate UK Academic

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The applications of zooarchaeological research can go far beyond the realms of the lab or the site report. These 18 papers are all concerned with the contributions archaeozoologists make to specific problems encountered in the management and conservation of our natural and cultural heritage. The volume is divided into two parts: Part 1 looks at Zooarchaeology and Wildlife Conservation Issues. Contributors explore a range of subjects, including: how information on past environments can be used to explain the behaviour and distribution of species in the present; whether it is feasible to reintroduce game into areas where the species have become locally extinct; and how collecting and reporting procedures are related to the interpretation of zooarchaeological data. Part 2 covers Archaeozoology and Heritage Management. Contributors discuss the position of archaeozoologists in museums, universities, and private archaeological companies; the role of archaeozoologists in assessing and selecting sites for protection or excavation; and the problem of the deterioration of zooarchaeological material currently held in collections.

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