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Título : Environmental Historical Archaeology of the Galápagos Islands: Paleoethnobotany of Hacienda El Progreso 1870-1904
Autor : Astudillo Cueva, Fernando Javier
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Jamieson, Ross
Palabras clave : ARQUEOLOGÍA;ECOLOGÍA;COLONIZACIÓN;HISTORIA GALÁPAGOS
Fecha de publicación : 2017
Editorial : Canada: Universidad Simon Fraser
Citación : Astudillo Cueva Fernando Javier. ( 2017). Environmental Historical Archaeology of the Galápagos Islands: Paleoethnobotany of Hacienda El Progreso 1870-1904. (Trabajo de titulación de PhD. en Arqueología) Universidad Simon Fraser. Canada. 270 p.
Descripción : After their discovery in 1535, the Galápagos Islands remained sporadically inhabited until 1832 when they were legally annexed to the Republic of Ecuador. For three centuries, the archipelago was visited by pirates and whalers, and was later the location of industrial size plantations, one prison, and an American army base. Today, the archipelago is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the Americas. These events have permanently modified the local landscape but also the terrestrial and maritime ecology. In this research, I explore the ecological effects of the initial human occupation of the archipelago. The overall goals are to explore the initial human-plant interactions during the 19th century and how social, economic, and political relations formed the social landscapes of the early occupation of San Cristóbal Island.
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