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