2 edition of Pleistocene geology and prehistory of Uganda found in the catalog.
Pleistocene geology and prehistory of Uganda
C. Van Riet Lowe
by Published by authority of the Uganda Govt. in Colchester, England
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||C. Van Riet Lowe.|
|Series||Memoir / Geological Survey of Uganda ;, no. 6, Memoir (Uganda Geological Survey) ;, no. 6.|
|LC Classifications||GN865.U33 V36 1952|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <2 > :|
|LC Control Number||83126232|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Van Riet Lowe, C. (Clarence), Pleistocene geology and prehistory of Uganda. Colchester, England: Published by authority of the Uganda. About this book. The Geology of Uganda covers all geological and geoscience data produced to date in Uganda.
In a regional and historical approach to the Geology of Uganda it includes references to the work of early geologists. The book includes contributions on Pleistocene stratigraphy and climatic changes throughout the African continent; on the origin and evolution of the earliest man-like creatures in Africa; on the dating, distribution, and adaptation of Pleistocene hunter-gatherer peoples; and on the ecology, biology, and social behavior of African primate and.
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Uganda Period Paleolithic Description Rostro-carinates Image Categories Artifact Function: Stone Tools and Tool Production: Chipped Stone Artifact Material: Stone Text/Graphic/Model: Artifact Illustration Source Type Detail Book Citation: "The Pleistocene Geology and Prehistory of Uganda.
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