|Statement||edited by Jacques Cinq-Mars and Jean-Luc Pilon.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Canadian Archaeological Association -- no. 1 = -- Cahier / Association canadienne d"archéologie -- no. 1, Occasional paper (Canadian Archaeological Association) -- no. 1.|
|Contributions||Cinq-Mars, Jacques., Pilon, J.-L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
Washout--The Final Chapter: NOGAP Salvage Excavations on Herschel Island – Max Friesen, Jeffrey R. Hunston – reviewed by Jean-Luc Pilon [field_file] Gwichya Gwich'in Oral History Project – Ingrid Kritsch, Alestine Andre, Bart Kreps – reviewed by Jean-Luc Pilon. Bridges across time: the NOGAP Archaeology Project --an introduction / Jean-Luc Pilon --Gwichya Gwich'in oral history project / Ingrid Kritsch, Alestine Andre and Bart Kreps --Heritage sites research, traditional knowledge and training / Elisa J. Hart --Interpretation in Arctic archaeology: lessons from Inuvialuit oral history / Murielle Nagy. Book Chapters [field_file] The NOGAP Archaeology Project: A Brief Introduction [field_file] The Basket Case: Deciphering Subsistence Patterns in the Southwest Anderson Plain Region, N.W.T., in the Late Prehistoric Period [field_file] Archaeological Site Distributions on the South Coast of Devon Island, High Arctic Canada. The Omega Project: A Sean Wyatt Archaeological Thriller (Sean Wyatt Adventure Book 17) - Kindle edition by Dempsey, Ernest, Whited, Jason, Storer, Anne. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Omega Project: A Sean Wyatt Archaeological Thriller (Sean Wyatt Adventure Book /5().
Book Chapters [field_file] Bridges Across Time: The NOGAP Archaeology Project An Introduction [field_file] The Inuktuiut of Eskimo Lakes [field_file] The Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula Interior: Pre-Contact Inuvialuit Landuse [field_file] Heritage Sites . Ordering Information for the above CMCC books The Canadian Archaeological Association's Occasional Paper No.1 and No.2 present 25 articles dealing with various aspects of the NOGAP Archaeology Project; management issues, training, traditional knowledge, prehistory, methods and techniques. This multi-year programme () was the result of. The North Gujarat Archaeological Project (NoGAP) was born form a collaboration between the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology of the Institució Milà i . Social and environmental transitions in arid zones: the North Gujarat Archaeological Project — NoGAP.
Archaeological survey recently conducted in north Gujarat (Figure 1) has revealed the existence of dozens of previously unknown Anarta, Sorath Harappan and Harappan as well as Mesolithic sites (Ajithprasad & Sonawane ; Ajithprasad ). This. The fifth NoGAP fieldwork season was carried out between November and December in North Gujarat (India). For the fieldwork season there was the need of acquiring further data on the archaeology from the Holocene deposits, with a special. The archaeological study conducted in North Gujarat by the NoGAP project has revealed the existence of dozens of archaeological sites of hunter Author: Cara Johnson. «Archaeological Investigations on Richards Island», in: J. L. Pilon (ed.), Bridges Across Time: The NOGAP Archaeology Project. Canadian Archaeological Association Occasional Paper n° 2: Atkinson D. E. «Observed Storminess Patterns and Trends in the Circum-Arctic Coastal Regime», Geo-Marine Letters, Cited by: 7.