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Africa: Library & Information Resources - Stanford University Libraries, USA Includes a great list of links from Africa South of the Sahara. Cyclical round of migrations: Seasonal migrations of foragers or pastoralists between different environments in their territories. Examines how cultural systems interact with deserts by examining technology, economic organization, kinship and religion in relation to environmental variables through time. PowerPoint software is not required to use this program; a PowerPoint viewer is included to access the images.

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