A Scar-ry Problem: Culturally Modified Trees in the Pilbara
23rd November 2014
Culturally Modified Trees help inform the narrative of human occupation in the Pilbara, but a standardised method of identification and recording has not been established. A review of the available literature shows a gap in northwestern Australian studies. This poster outlines the issues surrounding correct identification of Culturally Modified Trees in the Pilbara and details results of a desktop report and subsequent fieldwork undertaken. Suitable criteria and attributes to be recorded in future consultant fieldwork are suggested as well as future research directions.
Citation for this poster:
Bulloch, R. 2014 A Scar-ry Problem: Culturally Modified Trees in the Pilbara. Poster presented at the AAA/ASHA Annual Conferenc, 1-3 December, Cairns.
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