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The chronology of colonization in New Zealand
New Zealand was the last substantial landmass to be colonized by prehistoric people. Even within Oceania, where there are much smaller and more remote islands, such as Pitcairn and Easter Island, NewExpand
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The Ideal Free Distribution, Food Production, and the Colonization of Oceania
Author(s): Kennett, DJ; Anderson, A; Winterhalder, B | Editor(s): Kennett, Douglas J; Winterhalder, Bruce | Abstract: Islands in Oceania were some of the last habitable land masses on earth to beExpand
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Mobility models of Lapita migration
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Mechanics of overkill in the extinction of New Zealand moas
Abstract The prehistoric extinction of moas (Dinornithiformes) in New Zealand was caused in some way by the first arrival of people about 1000 bp. Overkill is the preferred hypothesis and two aspectsExpand
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Traditionalism, Interaction, and Long-Distance Seafaring in Polynesia
Prehistoric seafaring in general, and long-distance seafaring (for the sake of argument, passages of more than 1000 km) in particular, are difficult topics to investigate because the intentions,Expand
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Palaeoenvironmental evidence of island colonization: a response
More on whether evidence of prehistoric environment on the Pacific island of Mangaia does or does not demonstrate an early human presence there.
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Discovery of a prehistoric habitation site on Norfolk Island
Compte rendu des prospection de Cemetery Bay et Emily Bay au cours desquelles une habitatation prehistorique a ete mise au jour. Description du contexte stratigraphique
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DIET-DERIVED VARIATIONS IN RADIOCARBON AND STABLE ISOTOPES: A CASE STUDY FROM SHAG RIVER MOUTH, NEW ZEALAND
Accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) determinations of rat bones from natural and cultural sites in New Zealand have produced ages at odds with the accepted date for early human settlement by overExpand
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