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Meadowcroft rockshelter and the peopling of the New World in Quaternary coastlines and marine archaeology: Towards the prehistory of land bridges and continental shelves.

Auteurs :
ADOVASIO, J. M.
DONAHUE, J.
GUILDAY, J. E.
STUCKENRATH, R.
MASTERS, P. M.
FLEMMING, N. C.

Description :
Eleven well-defined stratigraphic units covering 16,000 to 19,000 years represent the longest occupational sequence in the western Hemisphere. The site served as a locus for hunting, collecting and food-processing activities. Dates from the earliest units imply migrations across Beringia into the New World ca. 20-25,000 years ago.


Type de document :
Congrès

Source :
Quaternary land-sea bridges, 1981, p. 413-439, Références bibliographiques : 52 réf.

Date :
1983

Identifiants :
isbn : 0-12-479250-2

Editeur :
Pays édition : Inconnu

Langue :
Anglais
Droits :
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