In this paper we explore the relationship between regional distributions of surface archaeological remains and long term landscape features in the semi-arid southern Wimmera region of Victoria. We conclude that both point and linear water sources concentrate settlement at particular points in the landscape (‘sites’). However, at a regional level, the nature and distribution of water resources also infl uences the character of the background scatter.
|Journal||Records of the Western Australian Museum|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|