By M. A. P. Renouf
Newfoundland lies on the intersection of arctic and extra temperate areas and, commensurate with this geography, populations of 2 Amerindian and Paleoeskimo cultural traditions occupied Port au Choix, in northern Newfoundland, Canada, for hundreds of years and millennia. during the last twenty years The Port au Choix Archaeology undertaking has sought a comparative figuring out of the way those diverse cultures, each one with their specific starting place and old trajectory, tailored to the altering actual and social environments, impacted their actual atmosphere, and created cultural landscapes. This quantity brings jointly the learn of Renouf, her colleagues and her scholars who jointly hire a number of views and techniques to supply an in depth reconstruction and knowing of the long term background of Port au Choix. even supposing geographically focussed on a northern coastal zone, this quantity has wider implications for realizing archaeological landscapes, human-environment interactions and hunter-gatherer societies.