Dating the first New Zealanders: the chronology of Wairau Bar

@inproceedings{Higham1999DatingTF,
  title={Dating the first New Zealanders: the chronology of Wairau Bar},
  author={Thomas Higham and Atholl Anderson and Chris Jacomb},
  year={1999}
}
The first colonization of New Zealand is a much debated issue. The lack of appropriate absolute dating has meant chronology has been poorly understood. New 14 C dating of materials from archaic Polynesian graves and occupation levels provides important precision and understanding of early exploitation on New Zealand. 

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