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Class Notes for ARCA2020 at University of Queensland

Archaeology of Australasia

ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Wahgi Language, Malaria, Field System

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 12 Lecture Lecture 11: Holocene Occupation in New Guinea, Bismark Archipelago and the Torres Strait Origins of Melanesian agriculture Kuk Swamp Wanelek Lapita cultural complex Telepak...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: European Colonialism, Rock Art, Willem Janszoon

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 11 Lecture Lecture 10: Contact Archaeology 1. Early Exploration of Australia 2. European colonialism 3. Indigenous conflict 4. Disease 5. Archaeology of European contact 6. Archaeolog...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Fish Hooks, Lava, Carnarvon Gorge

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 9 Lecture Lecture 9: The Australian Intensification Debate Overview Early notions of change Harry Lourandos Intensification hypothesis New technology, resou...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Radiocarbon Dating, Hematite, Stencil Graffiti

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 8 Lecture Lecture 8: Australian Rock Art Australian Rock Art Panaramitee StyleTradition Simple Figurative Styles Complex Figurative Styles Panaramitee Tradition Relatively homogenous ...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate, Marine Transgression, Tegillarca Granosa

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 7 Lecture Lecture 7: Australian Holocene Inland Economies Part 2 Major Themes 1. Is a coastal economy an ever-present aspect of the Australian past, or a recent thing? 2....

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tropical Rainforest, Ethnoarchaeology, Hand Axe

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 6 Lecture Lecture 6: Australian Holocene Inland Economies, Lithics and Technological Change Australian Holocene Inland Economies Overview Key Concept: Intensification Arid zone Goulds...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Australian Megafauna, Richard Daintree, Megafaunal Wolf

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 5 Lecture Lecture 5: Megafaunal Extinctions. Humans or Climate? Pleistocene 2,600,000 to 11,700 years ago Ice ages (but not the scientific term) Holocene (recent...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Solo Man, Lake Mungo Remains, Zygomatic Bone

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 4 Lecture Lecture 4: Skeletal Remains and Genetics Homo Erectus Has modern thigh bone allowing them to walk upright From Indonesia Most robust big and chunky Sangiran 17 Most complete...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lithic Technology, Niah National Park, Pulse 2

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 3 Lecture Lecture 3: Pleistocene Lifestyles and Complexity in SE Asia, Northern Sahul and Melanesia The Problem Pervasive notion through 60s and 70s that Pleistocene societies began a...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Termite, Denisovan, Angling

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 2 Lecture Lecture 1 of 2: Timing & Nature of Australasian Colonisation Out of Africa- Human Dispersals and the Peopling of Sahul Genetic evidence for origins and colonisati...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
ARCA2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Negrito, Ethnography, Thylacine

ARCA2020 Australasian Archaeology Week 1 Lecture Lecture 1 Australia colonised only 200 years ago Prior to this, it was the driest continent on earth, inhabited by huntergatherers (farmers in NG). There was no threeage seq...

Archaeology Science/Archaeology Research
ARCA2020
Chris Clarkson
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

ANAT - Anatomy
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