Publication Date

5-30-1958

Abstract

It is a common observation that vegetation on sites of early human habitation is distinctive from that occurring normally in the vicinity. However, little has been done to determine whether these differences exist in patterns of distribution dependent upon human habitation. The identification of the species involved also presents the problem of determination of the reasons for these differences.

Document Type

Thesis

Language

English

Degree Name

Anthropology

Level of Degree

Masters

Department Name

UNM Department of Anthropology

First Committee Member (Chair)

Frank C. Hibben

Second Committee Member

Raymond Carl Jackson

Third Committee Member

Willard Williams Hill

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Anthropology Commons

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