Using community, composition and structural variation in terminal Pleistocene vertebrate assemblages to identify human hunting behaviour at the Niah caves, Borneo

Citation

Piper, P, Rabett, R & Bin Kurui, E 2008, 'Using community, composition and structural variation in terminal Pleistocene vertebrate assemblages to identify human hunting behaviour at the Niah caves, Borneo', Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, vol. 28, pp. 88-98.

Year

2008

Field of Research

  • Archaeology Of Asia, Africa And The Americas

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