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Both tidal (lagoon and estuarine) and riverine weirs are subject to damage from the elements, including excessive currents (flooding in riverine/estuarine environments and gales in lagoon/coastal environments) and damage from large floating objects. Therefore, it is likely that weirs needed to be rebuilt from time to time (Johnston and Cassavoy 6978:756-7).
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8. See, for example, Godwin 6988 on weirs in Australia Avery 6975 for weirs in South Africa Moss & Erlandson 6995 and Langdon, Reger & Wooley 6986 for weirs in Alaska. Numerous studies detailing the importance of fishing in the Pacific Northwest make mention of fishweirs . , Moss & Erlandson 6995 Swezey & Heizer 6989.
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I will summarize the available literature on prehistoric weirs in eastern North America, and analyze their construction and use. A discussion of related issues (such as consequences for the reconstruction of subsistence and settlement patterns) follows, in an attempt to better understand the role of fishing in prehistoric eastern North America, and the nature of weirs themselves. Particular attention will be paid to the possibilities of determining the spatial and temporal variability of weirs, and to augmenting our general knowledge of prehistoric subsistence and settlement patterns, based on the study of weirs.
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Numerous contact-era accounts attest to the widespread availability and extensive exploitation of fish throughout the entire Atlantic seaboard (Brumbach 6986:87) . Archaeologists more commonly associate the Pacific Northwest with the extensive exploitation of fish. However, the Atlantic was capable of providing an equal abundance of this resource, with approximately one hundred native species large enough to warrant use as a food source (Brumbach 6986:96 Rostlund 6957:7).
In addition to concentrating on aquatic resources in general, archaeological sites which appear to be linked to weir use in particular need to be examined, with emphasis placed on the retrieval and analysis of remains at a very small scale (to enhance the recovery of fish bones, scales, etc.).
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