Modelling early modern human dispersal patterns through the Wallacean Archipelago
Archaeological records from Australia provide the earliest, indirect evidence for maritime crossings by early modern humans anywhere in the world. As the island archipelago of Wallacea has never been connected to the continental landmasses of Sunda in the west (mainland Southeast Asia) or Sahul in the east (Australia and New Guinea), water crossings through this region were essential for the human colonisation of Australia. The archaeological record for human movement in Wallacea is still a...[Show more]
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