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Title: The Lower Dniester - lower Dnieper Region during the Boreal period of the holocene: human adaptation to environmental changes
Authors: Smyntyna, Olena V.
Сминтина, Олена Валентинівна
Смынтына, Елена Валентиновна
Citation: From the caspian to mediterranean: environmental change and human response during the quaternary (2013–2017) : international geoscience programe : proceedings of the first plenary conference (Tbilisi, 12–19 Oct. 2013). – Tbilisi, 2013.
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: LTD "Sachino"
Keywords: Lower Dniester
Lower Dnieper
human adaptation
Boreal
Anetivka
Grebeniki
Series/Report no.: ;C. 130-132.
Abstract: The territory located between the lower valleys of the Dniester and Dnieper, the biggest rivers of the northwestern Black Sea region, is traditionally viewed as the embodiment of the most typical features of the inner Pontic steppes,their paleogeography, and landscapes. This region demonstrates the most characteristic features of the exploitation system for life in the steppes. Moreover, it occupied space where the continuity of economy and the evolution of ethnic culture was displayed in the fullest measure during the entire Mesolithic, demonstrating no clear tendencies toward the transition to a productive economy even in its most recent phases.
Description: "From the Caspian to Mediterranean: Environmental change and human response during the quaternary" (2013-2017), IGCP 610, (1; 2013; Tbilisi). Proceedings, 12-19 October 2013 / "From the Caspian to Mediterranean: Environmental change and human response during the quaternary" (2013-2017), IGCP 610, (1; 2013; Tbilisi) ; Georgia Ilia state univ., Inst. of Earth sciences, International geoscience programme ; ed. in chief: A. Gilbert . – Tbilisi, 2013 .
URI: http://dspace.onu.edu.ua:8080/handle/123456789/4631
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