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Record #176182:

8000 years of caribou and human seasonal migration in the Canadian Barrenlands / Bryan C. Gordon.

Title: 8000 years of caribou and human seasonal migration in the Canadian Barrenlands / Bryan C. Gordon.
Author(s): Gordon, Bryan C.
Date: 2005.
In: Rangifer. (2005.), Special issue No. 16 (2005)
Abstract: Investigates 1002 archaeological sites within Beverly caribou range in Canadian Barrenlands. Evidence points to long-term stability of human band and caribou herd interaction. Caribou bone and hunting tools occur in multiple levels (earliest to 8,000 years). Finds that, over time, hunting bands aligned with specific migratory caribou herds.
Notes:

Rangifer. Special issue No. 16 :155-162 (2005).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Indians. Dene.
113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
59 -- Zoology.
591.543.43 -- Animal migration.
599.735.3 -- Cervidae: Rangifer tarandus.
639 -- Hunting, fishing and associated activities.
903 -- Archaeology.
W -- Expeditions and exploration.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
SPRI record no.: 176182

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