Rapid environmental change and human colonisation and dispersal during the last ~ 40000 years in the greater Eastern Cape, South Africa

Lewis, C.A. (2009) Rapid environmental change and human colonisation and dispersal during the last ~ 40000 years in the greater Eastern Cape, South Africa. In: Quaternary Abstracts: The human dimension in rapid environmental change. Quaternary Research Association, Annual Discussion Meeting, 5th-7th January 2009, Oxford, University of Oxford. Quaternary Research Association, London, UK, pp. 44-45. ISBN 1759-0507

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Describes the four major climato-environmental phases which existed in greater Eastern Cape since ~ 40000 BP. These were the Birnam Interstadial, Bottelnek Stadial, Late Glacial and Holocene.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:Drakensberg; Maclear; Strathalan; Dordrecht; Cradock; Klasies River Mouth; Nelson Bay Cave; Cape Fold Belt; Boomplaas; Howison's Poort; Howieson's Poort; Melkhoutboom; foragers; Fish River valley; Ravenscraig; Iron Age; Kulubele; Buffalo River; watsonia; Bovidae; rock hyrax; glaciers; grassland; grassveld; alpine vegetation; The Havens; Eastern Cape; South Africa
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Divisions:Faculty > Faculty of Science > Geography
ID Code:1351
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Deposited On:07 May 2009
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