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Population increase and environmental deterioration correspond with microlithic innovations in South Asia ca. 35,000 years ago
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  • Richard Roberts, University of Wollongong
  • Lee J Arnold
  • Christopher Clarkson, University of Queensland
  • Jinu Koshy, Karnatak University
  • Ravi Korisettar, Karnatak University
  • Sacha Jones, University of Cambridge
  • Nicole Boivin, University of Cambridge
  • Michael Petraglia, University of Cambridge
  • Marta M Lahr, University of Cambridge
  • Peter Ditchfield, University of Oxford
  • Mait Metspalu, University of Tartu
  • Hannah James, University of Cambridge
  • Dorian Fuller, University of College London
  • Michael Haslam, University of Oxford
  • Gyaneshwer Chaubey, Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology, India
  • Toomas Kivisild, University of Cambridge
RIS ID
28933
Publication Date
1-1-2009
Publication Details

Petraglia, M., Clarkson, C., Boivin, N., Haslam, M., Korisettar, R., Chaubey, G., Ditchfield, P., Fuller, D., James, H., Jones, S., Kivisild, T., Koshy, J., Lahr, M. M., Metspalu, M., Roberts, R. & Arnold, L. J. (2009). Population increase and environmental deterioration correspond with microlithic innovations in South Asia ca. 35,000 years ago. National Academy of Sciences. Proceedings, 106 (30), 12261-12266.

Citation Information
Richard Roberts, Lee J Arnold, Christopher Clarkson, Jinu Koshy, et al.. "Population increase and environmental deterioration correspond with microlithic innovations in South Asia ca. 35,000 years ago" (2009) p. 12261 - 12266
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