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Title: Early Iron Working People's Adaptation to the Nearshore and Offshore Island Environment
Authors: Chami, F.
ASFA Terms: Environments
Life history
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: Regional Centre for Archaeology National Museums of Kenya
Citation: MVITA, 1998 (7)
Abstract: Tanzanian researchers of the on-going SAREC/Sida-sponsored project on Human Responses and Contribution to Environmental Change (HRAC) have focused their research on a narrow strip of the central coast of Tanzania. The area under investigation is specifically between Kisiju to the north and the Rufiji Delta to the south. Survey work was also extended to the off-shore islands including Kwale, Koma and Mafia. The preliminary intention was to look for sites that could provide light to the whole question of environmental change and its human contribution.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/278
ISSN: 1028-9631
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