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Village Ecodynamics Project


March 2015

New VEP Publication on Social Networks

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VEP research on inferring exchange network shapes and sizes through time from agent-based models, by Stefani Crabtree, has just appeared in the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. Exchange practices affect global population size and also the degree of clustering of population on the landscape. Congratulations to Stefani; please see our publications page for more details.

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