Archaeological evidence for mid-Holocene agriculture in the interior of Papua New Guinea: a critical review
Claims for the early and independent origins of agriculture in New Guinea partially rest on the archaeological evidence for mid-Holocene drainage and land use at five sites in the interior. The five sites are Kuk, Kana, Mugumamp and Warrawau in the Wahgi
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