2 edition of Archaeological implications of variability in the economic anatomy of Bison bison found in the catalog.
Archaeological implications of variability in the economic anatomy of Bison bison
Alice M. Emerson
Written in English
|Statement||by Alice Marie Emerson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xxxix, 896 leaves), bound :|
|Number of Pages||896|
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Tooth eruption and replacement permit -the recognition of five age classes separated. Bison budgets were constructed to show the implications for various prices of bison heifer calves and for the amount of total investment per bison cow over a year period of time.
The budgets constructed used an 85% weaning percentage and a mix of weaned heifer and bull calves. Archaeological Implications of Variability in the Economic Anatomy. of Bison bison. Ph.D. dissertation, Washington State University. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor. Fitzhugh, WW. A Review of Paleo-Eskimo culture History in Southern Quebec-Labrador and New foundland.
Études/Inuit/Studies. 4() Giddings, J.L. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Emerson, A. (a). Archaeological implications of variability in the economic anatomy of Bison bison.
Ph.D. dissertation, Washington State University. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms. Emerson, A. (b). Bison body part utility applications and considerations of carcass use or bone by: American Bison Bison, symbolic animals of the Great Plains, are often mistakenly called buffaloes.
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