5 edition of Modeling Prehistoric Agricultural Productivity in Southwestern Colorado found in the catalog.
March 1997 by Univ of Arizona Pr .
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Modeling prehistoric agricultural productivity in southwestern Colorado. Pullman, Wash.: Published jointly by Washington State University Department of Anthropology and Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colo., © Modeling Prehistoric Agricultural Productivity in Southwestern Colorado: A GIS Approach.
Carla R. Van West. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections. Van West, C. Modeling Prehistoric Agricultural Productivity in Southwestern Colorado: A GIS Approach. Reports of Investigations no. Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, and Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado.
Modeling Prehistoric Agricultural Productivity in Southwestern Colorado: A GIS Approach. Washington State University Reports of Investigations Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Size: KB.
In this paper, we present a model of prehistoric southwestern Colorado maize productivity. The model is based on a tree-ring reconstruction of water-year precipitation for Mesa Verde for the.
Creating Alternative Cultural Histories in the Prehistoric Southwest: Agent-Based Modeling in Archaeology agricultural productivity. region of southwestern Colorado, where prehistoric.
Modeling Prehistoric Agricultural Productivity in Southwestern Colorado: A GIS Approach. Report of Investigations Pullman: Department of Anthropology, Washing- ton State University. Google Scholar. This chapter begins the specification of the ideal features of a toolkit for social simulation, starting from a consideration of the standard methodology for simulation research.
Van West, C. (): Modeling Prehistoric Agricultural productivity in Southwestern Colorado: a Cited by: Modeling prehistoric agricultural productivity in southwestern Colorado: a GIS approach by Carla R. Van West. Published: Pullman, Wash.: Published jointly by Washington State University Department of Anthropology and Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colo., c Series: WSU Department of Anthropology reports of investigations ; Southwestern Colorado's soils showed potential for high yields from the beginning of agricultural experiments.
The accomplishments of fruit growers during the 's and 's were a good example. Despite early successes however, it was apparent to farmers Modeling Prehistoric Agricultural Productivity in Southwestern Colorado book diverted or stored water was required to ensure continued production.
Some thoughts on the factors that controlled prehistoric maize production in the American Southwest with application to southwestern Colorado period A.D. to However, full-scale modeling of prehistoric maize productivity for southwestern Colorado is not attempted.
and lower elevations of the prehistoric agricultural belt in Cited by: Modeling Prehistoric Agricultural Productivity in Southwestern Colorado: A GIS Approach.
Reports of Investigations Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman and Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado.
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Some thoughts on the factors that controlled prehistoric maize production in the American Southwest with application to southwestern Colorado L.V. Bensona,*, D.K. Ramseyb, D.W. Stahlec, K.L. Petersend aMuseum of Natural History, University of Colorado, Pine St., Boulder, COUSA b US Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service, County RdHesperus.
agricultural productivity of the study area (Fig. 1) is evaluated in terms of these factors. The study area includes parts of four states—Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona—and is largely contained within the southeastern quadrant of the Colorado Plateau and the.
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Agriculture in the prehistoric Southwest describes the agricultural practices of the Native Americans inhabiting the American Southwest, which includes the states of Arizona and New Mexico plus portions of surrounding states and neighboring Mexico.
Maize (corn) was the dominant crop. Introduced from Mesoamerica, it was first cultivated in the Southwest about BCE. The region abounds with the remains of these prehistoric farming systems. It is not clear whether the extensiveness of agricultural fields on Perry Mesa reflects high agricultural potential or the fact that farming was difficult, requiring significant investment in the landscape to improve its productivity.
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Modeling Prehistoric Climatic Variability and Agricultural Production in Southwestern Colorado: A GIS Approach. E-Book: Ancestral Pueblo farmers encountered the deep, well watered, and productive soils of the central Mesa Verde region of Southwest Colorado around A.D.
and within two centuries built some of the largest villages known up to that time in the U.S. Southwest. But one hundred years later, those villages were empty, and most people had gone.
A training data file was generated using the 15 known ak chin style agricultural fields within western New Mexico (De Cunzo,Sandor et al., ).
The training data consist of a limited number of verified ak chin style agricultural fields that were used to calibrate the two empirical models (i.e., Maxent and Mahalanobis Typicality).Cited by: 3. Prehistoric farming. Fremont Culture Added by yongli on 05/03/ -last changed on 12/28/ - hunter- gatherer societies to fully developed agricultural societies.
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