1. The archaeology of prehistoric coastlines: an introduction Geoff Bailey and John Parkington; 2. Reconstructing past shorelines as an approach to determining factors affecting shellfish collecting in the prehistoric past J. C. Shackleton; 3. Holocene coastal settlement patterns in the western Cape John Parkington, Cedric Poggenpoel , Bill Buchanan, Tim Robey, Tony Manhire and Judy Sealy; 4. Tasmanian Aborigines in the Hunter Islands in the Holocene: island resources use and seasonality Sandra Bowdler; 5. Island biogeography and prehistoric human adaptation on the southern coast of Maine David R. Yesner; 6. Cultural and environmental change during the Early Period of Santa Barbara Channel prehistory Michael A. Glassow, Larry R. Wilcoxon and Jon Erlandson; 7. Variability in the types of fishing adaptation of the later Jomon hunter-gatherers Takeru Akazawa; 8. Coastal subsistence economies in prehistoric southern New Zealand A. J. Anderson; 9. Sedentary coastal hunter-fishers: an example from the Younger Stone Age of northern Norway M. A. P. Renouf; 10. A molluscan perspective on the role of foraging in Neolithic farming economies Margaret R. Deith; 11. Fishing, farming and the foundations of Andean civilisation Michael E. Mosley and Robert A. Feldman; Bibliography; Index.
The Archaeology of Prehistoric Coastlines offers a conspectus of recent work on coastal archaeology.