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Book Review: Tibetan transitions: historical and contemporary perspectives on fertility, family planning and demographic change

Author(s)Attenborough, Robert
TypeJournal article
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Ecology, homeostasis and survival in human population dynamics

Author(s)Attenborough, Robert
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2002
Date Created-

Genes, languages and agriculture in New Guinea population history

Author(s)Attenborough, Robert
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2010
Date Created-

Health changes in Papua New Guinea: from adaptation to double jeopardy?

Author(s)Attenborough, Robert
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2007
Date Created-

The importance of social structure for patterns of human genetic diversity: Y-chromosome and mitochondrial genome variation in Papuan speaking people of mainland Papua New Guinea

Author(s)Harley, Nerida; Attenborough, Robert; Alpers, Michael, et al
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2005
Date Created-

Introduction to the chapters on biological anthropology and population genetics

Author(s)Attenborough, Robert
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2005
Date Created-

Life and Well-Being under Historical Ecological Variation: The Epidemiology of Disease and of Representations

Author(s)Attenborough, Robert; Gardner, Don
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2013
Date Created-

Mitochondrial genome diversity among Papuan-speaking people of Papua New Guinea

Author(s)Easteal, Simon; Whittle, Belinda; Mettenmeyer, Andrea, et al
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2005
Date Created-

The origins of the Papuans: the HLA story

Author(s)Main, Penelope; Attenborough, Robert; Gao, Xiaojiang
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2005
Date Created-

The Peopling of New Guinea: Evidence from Class I Human Leukocyte Antigen

Author(s)Main, Penelope; Attenborough, Robert; Chelvanayagam, Gareth, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2001
Date Created-
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What are species and why does it matter? Anopheline taxonomy and the transmission of malaria

Author(s)Attenborough, Robert
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2015
Date Created-
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