Dynamics of Siberian Paleolithic Complexes (Based on Analysis of Radiocarbon Records): The 2012 State-of-the-Art

@article{Kuzmin2013DynamicsOS,
  title={Dynamics of Siberian Paleolithic Complexes (Based on Analysis of Radiocarbon Records): The 2012 State-of-the-Art},
  author={Y. Kuzmin and S. G. Keates},
  journal={Radiocarbon},
  year={2013},
  volume={55},
  pages={1314 - 1321}
}
Our updated database of Siberian Paleolithic radiocarbon records (the 2011 date list of ∼800 values) was used to analyze the patterns of population changes, following the methodology developed previously (Kuzmin and Keates 2005). Although the main conclusions remain similar to our 2005 results, some new features were also detected. The intensity of occupation after ∼35,000–34,000 BP was higher than previously thought, and the rise in population began at ∼20,000–19,000 BP. It is once again… Expand

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