Persistent tropical foraging within the highlands of terminal Pleistocene/Holocene New Guinea

The terminal Pleistocene/Holocene boundary represented a serious ecological threshold for people, each as a big local weather transition and because of the emergence of agriculture round this time. In the highlands of New Guinea, climatic and environmental modifications throughout this era have been highlighted as potential drivers of one of many earliest domestication processes on the earth. Researchers current a terminal Pleistocene/Holocene palaeoenvironmental document of carbon and oxygen isotopes in small mammal tooth enamel from the location of Kiowa.
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