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Impact: The Effect Of Climactic Change On Prehistoric And Modern Cultures In Texas (First Progress Report), Joel Gunn, Royce Mahula Jan 1978

Impact: The Effect Of Climactic Change On Prehistoric And Modern Cultures In Texas (First Progress Report), Joel Gunn, Royce Mahula

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

The pages of this report contain an assortment of materials which reflect the status of climatic change studies at The University of Texas at San Antonio. The effort is interdisciplinary, drawing on the talents of persons trained in geography, prehistory, anthropology, and mathematics and other fields. The goals of the project include (1) efforts to understand how prehistoric and modern economies respond to significant climatic changes and (2) the application of such understanding to our own time and nation.


Hop Hill: Culture And Climactic Change In Central Texas, Joel Gunn, Royce Mahula Jan 1977

Hop Hill: Culture And Climactic Change In Central Texas, Joel Gunn, Royce Mahula

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

In the following discussions the paleoecology of Central Texas will be elucidated given the present state of knowledge. Global climatic variables and modern Fredericksburg weather data are used to obtain a better understanding of climatic change. At a more specific level, the environmental characteristics of Gillespie County are studied; and, finally, the environment and culture of the Hop Hill locality are conjoined to the whole.