Prehistoric human morphological variation in Australia
This thesis seeks to account for patterns of variation of non-metric traits of the skull in Australian Aboriginal skeletal populations. Forty-five features are examined for variation in 38 samples, comprising over 2500 individuals. Two complementary methods are used to describe the data. These are logistic regression and cluster analysis. The former tests the concordance of trait variability to geography (longitude and latitude), 3 clinal effects (east and south coasts and Murray River),...[Show more]
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