The effect of varying estimates of pit structure use-life on prehistoric population estimates in the American Southwest

Title
The effect of varying estimates of pit structure use-life on prehistoric population estimates in the American Southwest
Author
C. Cameron
Article Date
1990
Article Abstract
Estimates of prehistoric population are based in part on estimates of how long residences were used. Cameron argues for a use-life closer to 15 years than the 50-100 years often used in calculations. This would lower population esti-...
Language
English
Notes
Abstract cuts off
Journal Title
Kiva
Journal Volume
55
Journal Issue
2
Page Number(s)
155-166
Object type
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