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A prehistory of Australia, New Guinea, and Sahul

by J. Peter White

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Published by Academic Press in Sydney, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Papua New Guinea,
  • Australia.,
  • Papua New Guinea.
    • Subjects:
    • Prehistoric peoples -- Australia.,
    • Prehistoric peoples -- Papua New Guinea.,
    • Australia -- Antiquities.,
    • Papua New Guinea -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJ. Peter White, with James F. O"Connell ; illustrations by Margrit Koettig.
      ContributionsO"Connell, James F., Koettig, Margrit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN875.A8 W55 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 286 p. :
      Number of Pages286
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3792002M
      ISBN 100127467505, 0127467300
      LC Control Number81071781

      PERSPECTIVE Climate change frames debate over the extinction of megafauna in Sahul (Pleistocene Australia-New Guinea) Stephen Wroea,b, Judith H. Fielda,1, Michael Archera, Donald K. Graysonc, Gilbert J. Priced, Julien Louysd, Faithe, Gregory E. Webbd, Iain Davidsonf, and Scott D. Mooneya aSchool of Biological, Earth, and Environmental Sciences, University of New South Wales, Sydney Cited by: Get this from a library! Sahul in review: Pleistocene archaeology in Australia, New Guinea and Island Melanesia. [M A Smith; Matthew Spriggs; B Fankhauser;] -- Review volume containing papers grouped within the themes of scale, resolution and explanation, broad scale patterns, New Guinea and Island Melanesia, Northern Australia, Murray-Darling Basin.

      Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Fishes of Sahul: Journal of the Australia New Guinea Fishes , Volumes Snippet view - Fishes of Sahul: Journal of the Australia New Guinea Fishes Association, Volumes Bowdler, S. A White prehistory: Review of J.P. White and J.F. O’Connell A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul. Australian Archaeology – Bowdler, S. Review of Frank P. Dickson Australian Stone Hatchets: A Study in .

      Notes on chapter 6 out of the book World Prehistory and Archaeology: Pathways Through Time, 3rd Edition. Search. Create. Log in Sign up. Land mass connecting Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea. String of islands separating Sahul and Sunda. Wallace Line. Separates unique flora and fauna from Asia and Australia. Homo Floresiensis. 38, Sahul was a prehistoric continent that consisted of Australia, New Guinea, Tasmania and Seram. [1] [2] [3] [4] Sea level rise since the Last Glacial Maximum. Sahul became partially submerged starting aro years ago. [5] Sea levels continued to rise until around BC. Sahul and Sunda were points of early human migrations after leaving Africa. [6].


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A prehistory of Australia, New Guinea, and Sahul Paperback – January 1, by J. Peter White (Author)Cited by: A Prehistory Of Australia, New Guinea And Sahul Paperback – January 1, by O'Connell James F White (Author)Author: O'Connell James F White A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea, and Sahul, Goulds Book Arcade.

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A prehistory of Australia, New Guinea, and Sahul. [J Peter White; James F O'Connell; Margrit Koettig] -- Mainly economic and ecological interpretation of archeological data, with brief review of contact ethnography and scattered references to art; reprint Who really killed Tasmanias Aborigines by P.

The book joins a growing number of syntheses of pre-European Aboriginal history based largely on archaeological data, including three editions of Josephine Flood's popular "Archaeology of the Dreamtime", White and O'Connell's classic "A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul" and Harry Lourandos' recent "Continent of Hunter-Gatherers".Cited by: Abstract Book review of "A prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul".

It could be argued that that the fact that the authors have been criticised for some of their conclusions is in itself an. Archeology: A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul. Peter White, with James F. O'Connell. Virginia D. Watson. Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum of the University of Washington.

Search for more papers by this author. Virginia D. : Virginia D. Watson. contacts betw een New Guinea and Australia were evidently limited, as were additional inputs from beyond Sahul until the mid-Holocene or later (e.g. Sahul: Pleistocene Continent of Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea Sahul is the name given to the single Pleistocene-era continent which connected Australia with New Guinea and Tasmania.

At the time, the sea level was as much as meters ( feet) lower than it is today; rising sea levels created the separate landmasses we recognize.

In A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul, ed. White and J. O’Connell. Sydney: Academic Press, –Author: Peter N. Peregrine. Australia -- Antiquities. Melanesia -- Antiquities. Sahul in review: pleistocene archaeology in Australia, New Guinea and island Melanesia / edited by M.A.

Smith, M. Spriggs and B. Fankhauser. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Sunda and Sahul: prehistoric studies in Southeast Asia, Melanesia and Australia Antiquities Australia Antiquities History / Ancient / General History / Australia & New Zealand Man, Prehistoric Man, Prehistoric Australia Man.

The book joins a growing number of syntheses of pre-European Aboriginal history based largely on archaeological data, including three editions of Josephine Flood's popular "Archaeology of the Dreamtime", White and O'Connell's classic "A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul" and Harry Lourandos' recent "Continent of Hunter-Gatherers"Author: Sean Ulm.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul: International Edition at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. History of agriculture in Papua New Guinea 11 when Torres Strait became flooded and the northern part of the great Sahul continent became the island of New Guinea, with a coastline similar to the present.

The first people to settle the Sahul continent are likely to have come in small groups. They would have. A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul.

Sydney, Academic Press, K.A.W. CROOK, and B.P. RUXTON, Kosipe: a Late Pleistocene Site in the Papuan Highlands. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, NEAR AND REMOTE OCEANIA - DISESTABLISHING “MELANESIA” IN CULTURE HISTORYFile Size: 7MB.

03 October (News in Science) – Monash University unveils an interactive map called Sahul Time, named after the ancient landmass of Australia and Papua New Guinea, that shows you the lay of the land at different points in time over the lastyears.

While the main focus is of course on Australia, what’s really nifty is the inclusion of much of island Southeast Asia, which would provide anyone with.

couple of years, filling a gap which, with the exception of new editions of Archaeology of the Dreamtime by Josephine Flood, was last visited in by J.P. White and J.F. O’Connell in their landmark, A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul.

The latest Prehistory of Australia is another contribution to the literature on Australian. Pliocene colonization and adaptive radiations in Australia and New Guinea (Sahul): multilocus systematics of the old endemic rodents (Muroidea: Murinae).

Rowe KC, Reno ML, Richmond DM, Adkins RM, Steppan SJ. Mol Phylogenet Evol, 47(1), 11 Jan Cited by: 71 articles | PMID: Author: Arnold R. Pilling. A WHITE PREHISTORY Sandra Bowdler A prehistory of Australia^ New Guinea and Sahul by J. Peter White and James F. O'Connell. Academic Press, Sydney ().

+ xiii, 73 figures. $ (cloth), $ (paper). Although it is not anywhere clearly stated, White and O'Connell's A prehistory of Australia^ New Guinea and Sahul would appear to.

O'Connell's book, A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul (), which is clearly for students and practitioners of the discipline, Archaeology of the Dreamtime9 in the author's words (p. 12), 'has been written for the general reader, for Aborigines interested in learning more of their own heritage, and for secondary and tertiary students'.

This book is an elegant production, hard cover, good quality paper and.Sahul (continent) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search.

A prehistoric continent that consisted of Australia, New Guinea, Tasmania and Seram. Map of Sahul and Sunda. Sahul was a prehistoric continent that consisted of Australia, New Guinea, Tasmania and Seram.

The Sahul is the Australia-New Guinea continent, which is exposed during glacial maximums. If one were to take a satellite photograph of the Sahul during an ice age, you’d see more or less a complete island in the picture, one that spans from New Guinea to Australia and Tasmania.