Osamu Kataoka

Osamu Kataoka
Kansai Gaidai University · Department of International Communication and Lagurages

PhD

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Archaeologists routinely reconstruct the types of marine environments fished by past human societies in order to understand economic systems, foraging behaviour, maritime technology and seafaring abilities. These reconstructions are based on ecological data provided by archaeofish identifications, but can be problematic where coarse-grained designa...
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Previous research at the Chelechol ra Orrak site in Palau, Micronesia suggested that fishing may have declined prehistorically over the past two thousand years. here we discuss the analysis of an additional suite of archaeofish remains recovered from the site that significantly expands the size of the previous assemblage, providing a more robust in...
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We report on an assemblage of well preserved fish remains recovered from the site of Chelechol ra Orrak in the Rock Islands of Palau. This is only the second such study to date in Palau and one of the few for the region, indicating the need to better understand the role marine resources played in the adaptation and development of early Micronesian...
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Oregon, 1996. Includes vita and abstract. Includes bibliographical references (p. 377-398). Photocopy. Originally published: [Eugene, Or.]: University of Oregon,

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