A Winter’s Trail

  • Published 2003


Before migrating into North America, early humans first moved into Arctic Siberia and adapted to its harsh environment. The few oldest sites have been dated to at most about 15,000 years ago or so, which was after the major Northern Hemisphere ice sheets had begun to recede. Pitulko et al. (p. 52; see the cover and the news story by Stone) now report a… (More)


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