Palaeodemography: A New Hope
Palaeodemography is the study of the demographic attributes of past populations, including population size, structure, growth, density, fertility, mortality and migration. Such attributes can provide significant and valuable insights into the ability of past humans to adapt in response to environmental events, such as climate change and availability of resources, and societal change, for instance migration, warfare, and social complexity. The impacts of the agricultural transition on fertility...[Show more]
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