By Brian M Ronaghan,Alwynne B. Beaudoin,Janet Blakey,Luc Bouchet,James A. Burns,Grant M. Clarke,Gloria J. Fedirchuk,Timothy G. Fisher,Duane G. Froese,Eugene M. Gryba,John W. Ives,Raymond J. Le Blanc,Murray Lobb,Thomas V. Lowell,Brian O. K. Reeves,Elizabeth C
Touching on numerous parts of this wealthy environmental and archaeological checklist, the participants to this quantity use the facts won via learn and compliance experiences to supply new insights into human and average background. in addition they learn the demanding situations of handling this irreplaceable historical past source within the face of ongoing development.
Contributors: Alwynne Beaudoin, Angela Younie, Brian O.K. Reeves, Duane Froese, Elizabeth Roberston, Eugene Gryba, Gloria Fedirchuk, furnish Clarke, John W. Ives, Janet Blakey, Jennifer Tischer, Jim Burns, Laura Roskowski, Luc Bouchet, Murray Lobb, Nancy Saxberg, Raymond LeBlanc, Robert R. younger, Robin Woywitka, Thomas V. Lowell, and Timothy Fisher
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