By ernesto e tabio
Arqueologia,agricultura aborigen antillana,por Ernesto e tabio,habana editorial de ciencias sociales,1989,primera edicion,caratulas originales,buen estado.monografia etnohistorica en l. a. cual se estudian los distintos sistemas de cultivo,mas evolucionados de l. a. denominada agricultura tropical.
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Cultural areas are often defined using extensive trait lists. Similar lists of traits are found in the archaeological literature. Lists of large-bodied mammals available in a given area are particularly common, but the archaeofaunal remains are not identified. These lists are considered to be an adequate study of animal use because of the assumption that people at a site naturally used the animals that were abundant near the site and that animals abundant near the site today were common when the site was occupied.
Benefits might be energy acquired, safety, or time saved. Linear programming is a mathematical modeling technique that permits researchers to play simulated economic games in which the best allocation of resources and the consequences of hypothetical choices can be evaluated (Coombs 1980; Keene 1981 ; Reidhead 1979). , Reidhead 1980). Game theories and optimality models provide the implicit, if not explicit, foundation of many zooarchaeological studies. In game theory, decisions are based on budgets of resources, such as nutrients, prestige, raw materials, land, time, energy, or specialized knowledge.
The field is strengthened by the diverse interests subsumed under this name, including some that are traditionally viewed as biological or historical. Most faunal analysts do not find these perspectives mutually exclusive. They recognize that humans respond to the same biological requirements governing the behavior of other organisms and that these responses influence cultural institutions. Humans alter the world around them, as do other organisms. At the same time, faunal assemblages reflect cultural systems from economic institutions to ideology.