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Title: Adaptive technology in Southwest Tasmania
Authors: Vanderwal, R. L.
Keywords: R. L. Vanderwal
Issue Date: Sep-1978
Publisher: Australian Archaeological Association
Citation: Vanderwal, R.L. 1978. Adaptive technology in Southwest Tasmania. 'Australian Archaeology', no.8, 107-127.
Series/Report no.: Australian Archaeology Number 8
Abstract: Louisa Bay, in southwest Tasmania, was archaeologically investigated during two field seasons, eight weeks in 1975 and four weeks in 1976. A total of six sites were sampled. Sites on Maatsuyker Island, to the south, were investigated over two separate two week periods in 1974 and 1976. This article is intended as a preliminary statement on the Louisa Bay research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/611
ISSN: 0312-2417
Appears in Collections:Australian Archaeology, Number 008, 1978

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