Cross the streams. multiproxy approaches to demography and population dynamics
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dc.contributor.author Solheim, Steinar
dc.contributor.author Hinz, Martin
dc.contributor.author Diez Castillo, Agustín
dc.date.accessioned 2019-07-31T07:35:26Z
dc.date.available 2019-07-31T07:35:26Z
dc.date.issued 2018 es_ES
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/71238
dc.description.abstract In the last decades, approaches dealing with demographic assessments based on archaeological data have experienced enormous popularity. One reason for this is certainly that almost all aspects of past societies, which are archaeologically interesting, are re- lated to the question of the size of these societies. A variety of different methods have developed in this course. These include the number of sites per time period and relative site density, size of sites, density of artefacts, 14C data, paleoanthropological or paleo- botanical methods as well as oral and written history. While most investigations rely on only one of the methods, linking of different proxies is the only way to check their validity and to calibrate the proxies because of the lack of ground truth. What knowledge can be gained from combining different methods? Which approaches have proven their worth, and which ones confirm each other? Have we developed methods of correlating the individual proxies with each other that go beyond observing correlation or forming mean values? How can we correlate proxies with different temporal resolution? In this introductory paper we will give a short introduction to the session and present a brief overview of recent developments in approaches to demography and population dynamics. es_ES
dc.language.iso en es_ES
dc.source Steinar, S.; Hinz, M.; Diez Castillo, A. (2018): Cross the streams. multiproxy approaches to demography and population dynamics. In 24th EAA Annual Meeting Barcelona 5-8 September 2018 Reflecting futures, p. 744. Barcelona es_ES
dc.subject Radiocarbon es_ES
dc.subject Demography es_ES
dc.subject Population dynamics es_ES
dc.title Cross the streams. multiproxy approaches to demography and population dynamics es_ES
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObject es_ES
dc.description.abstractenglish In the last decades, approaches dealing with demographic assessments based on archaeological data have experienced enormous popularity. One reason for this is certainly that almost all aspects of past societies, which are archaeologically interesting, are re- lated to the question of the size of these societies. A variety of different methods have developed in this course. These include the number of sites per time period and relative site density, size of sites, density of artefacts, 14C data, paleoanthropological or paleo- botanical methods as well as oral and written history. While most investigations rely on only one of the methods, linking of different proxies is the only way to check their validity and to calibrate the proxies because of the lack of ground truth. What knowledge can be gained from combining different methods? Which approaches have proven their worth, and which ones confirm each other? Have we developed methods of correlating the individual proxies with each other that go beyond observing correlation or forming mean values? How can we correlate proxies with different temporal resolution? In this introductory paper we will give a short introduction to the session and present a brief overview of recent developments in approaches to demography and population dynamics. es_ES
dc.identifier.idgrec 078638 es_ES

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