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Joseph Tainter
Joseph Tainter (American anthropologist)
Joseph Tainter (Amerikaans antropoloog)
Tainter, Joe
Tainter, Joseph A.
Tainter, Joseph Anthony
Dates: 
1949-
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Goulon, Jean-François (1955-...)
Hoekstra, T. W.
Levine, Frances
MacIntosh, Roderick J.
MacIntosh, Roderick James
Northwestern University
Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)
Tainter, Bonnie Bagley
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Albuquerque District
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Socorro District
United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region
Workshop "Resource Stress, Economic Uncertainty, and Human Response in the Prehistoric Southwest (Santa Fe, N.M.)
Workshop "Resource Stress, Economic Uncertainty, and Human Response in the Prehistoric Southwest" (1992 : Santa Fe, N.M.)
Titles: 
archaeological study of social change, The ; Woodland systems in west-central Illinois
Collapse of complex societies
Comment les sociétés décident-elles de leur survie ? Conférence enregistrée au Salon de lecture Jacques Kerchache le 2 octobre 2011
Cultural resources overview, Central New Mexico
Drilling down : the Gulf Oil debacle and our energy dilemma
Ecology, diversity, and sustainability of the middle Rio Grande Basin
effondrement des sociétés complexes
Evolving complexity and environmental risk in the prehistoric Southwest : proceedings of the Workshop "Resource Stress, Economic Uncertainty, and Human Response in the Prehistoric Southwest," held February 25-29, 1992, in Santa Fe, NM
Farmington sector of the Elena Gallegos project
Kolapsy složitých společností
Salvage excavations at the Fowler site, c1986:
Special section: climates of the Mande
Supply-side sustainability
Tools to manage the past : research priorities for cultural resources management in the Southwest : symposium proceedings, May 2-6, 1988, Grand Canyon, Arizona
way the wind blows climate, history, and human action, The
way the wind blows, The : climate, history, and human action
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Ph.D. (Anthropology) -- Northwestern University, 1975
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