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Pelagic Fishing at 42,000 Years Before the Present and the Maritime Skills of Modern Humans
Abundant fish remains from a shelter in East Timor imply that humans were fishing the deep sea by 43,000 years ago. By 50,000 years ago, it is clear that modern humans were capable of long-distanceExpand
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Preoperative optimization of cardiovascular hemodynamics improves outcome in peripheral vascular surgery. A prospective, randomized clinical trial.
The hypothesis that optimizing hemodynamics using pulmonary artery (PA) catheter (preoperative 'tune-up') would improve outcome in patients undergoing limb-salvage arterial surgery was tested.Expand
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New evidence from East Timor contributes to our understanding of earliest modern human colonisation east of the Sunda Shelf
New dates by which modern humans reached East Timor prompts this very useful update of the colonisation of Island Southeast Asia. The author addresses all the difficult questions: why are the datesExpand
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Excavation at Lene Hara Cave establishes occupation in East Timor at least 30,000–35,000 years ago
Reinvestigations of the cave of Lene Hara in East Timor have yielded new dating evidence showing occupation from before 30,000 BP. These will further fuel the debates on early colonization of theExpand
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The morphology, function and antiquity of Australian grinding implements
This paper critiques a number of core assumptions about the age, form and function of grinding implements from Australia. Distinctions which have been drawn between so-called amorphous versus formalExpand
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Uranium-series dating rock art in East Timor
At many sites throughout the world rock art paintings have been covered by naturally deposited calcite laminations, which we demonstrate can be individually dated by recently improved uranium-seriesExpand
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Nine New Painted Rock Art Sites from East Timor in the Context of the Western Pacific Region
Few rock art sites are known for the islands of Wallacea. This paper reports nine new painted rock art sites located in East Timor during archaeological reconnaissance in 2000 to 2001; bringing theExpand
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A preliminary study of acute responses to clamped alcohol concentration and family history of alcoholism.
BACKGROUND The clamping method of alcohol administration was combined with a battery of dependent measures of frontal lobe brain function, and a novel index of acute adaptation, in a preliminaryExpand
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Early Holocene shell fish hooks from Lene Hara Cave, East Timor establish complex fishing technology was in use in Island South East Asia five thousand years before Austronesian settlement
Discovery of a well-stratified fish hook from a cave sequence on East Timor shows a fishing technology developed at least 5000 years before the Austronesian expansion through Island South East AsiaExpand
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