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Quaternary, Volume 1, Issue 2 (September 2018) – 10 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Quaternary records usually involve complex environmental–landscape–human relationships, but they [...] Read more. Quaternary records usually involve complex environmental–landscape–human relationships, but they are often interpreted using too simple deterministic approaches. The strong fuzzy EHLFS (Environmental–Human–Landscape Feedbacks and Synergies) approach combines the multiple-working-hypotheses framework with falsification and strong inference in order to interpret multidisciplinary palaeoecological evidence in terms of interrelated environmental, ecological, and cultural processes. Late Holocene socio-ecological changes on Easter Island, traditionally attributed to anthropogenic causes, acquire a new dimension under the strong fuzzy EHLFS approach. View Paper here.