This is better but again New World situation might not be analogous to Old world.
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Subject: Re: [ZOOARCH] wild caprine demography
Here are a couple on New World sheep:
Frison, George C., Charles A. Reher, and Danny N. Walker
1990 Prehistoric mountain sheep hunting in the central Rocky
Mountains of North America. In Hunters of the Recent Past. L. B.
Davis and B. O. K. Reeves, eds. Pp. 208-240. London: Unwin Hyman.
Festa-Bianchet, Marco, Tim Coulson, Jean-Michel Gaillard, John T.
Hogg, and Fanie Pelletier
2006 Stochastic predation events and population persistence in
bighorn sheep. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B
At 5:51 PM +0100 9/10/08, Benjamin Arbuckle wrote:
>I am looking for papers that include data describing the age
>composition of hunted caprine
>populations (Ovis, Capra, Ammotragus, etc.). I was hoping that
>someone might be able to
>suggest a few examples from the European literature although I am
>interested in any period
>or region. If anyone has any suggestions I would be grateful.
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