Searching for traces of the Southern Dispersal: environmental and historical research on the evolution of human diversity in southern Asia and Australo-Melanesia

Marta Mirazón Lahr, Mike Petraglia, Stephen Stokes, Julie Field, 2010

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Marta Mirazón Lahr, Mike Petraglia, Stephen Stokes, Julie Field (2010) Searching for traces of the Southern Dispersal: environmental and historical research on the evolution of human diversity in southern Asia and Australo-Melanesia [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000109

Searching for traces of the Southern Dispersal: environmental and historical research on the evolution of human diversity in southern Asia and Australo-Melanesia

Location World regionAfrica
NoneArabia
NoneAustralo-Melanesia
NoneSouth Asia
NoneSoutheast Asia
TGNWorld, Africa (Continent) [7001242]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
34.41
59.64 -173.58
-23.86
Subject Event Type (England)ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)Human Bone
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsHominids
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Period MIDASMiddle Palaeolithic
MIDASUpper Palaeolithic
Project dates Created From01-JAN-2004
Created To31-DEC-2007
First Released10-FEB-2010
Last Modified10-FEB-2010
Related information Associated Publication2007 Field, J., Petraglia, M., Lahr, M. M. Dispersals into and through South Asia during OIS 4: GIS-based routes and environmental considerations. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 26:88-108
Associated Publication2006 Field, J., Lahr, M. M., Assessment of the Southern Dispersal: GIS-Based Analyses of Potential Routes at Oxygen Isotopic Stage 4. Journal of World Prehistory 19(1):1-45
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