Genomic insights into the human population history of Australia and New Guinea

@inproceedings{Bergstrm2018GenomicII,
  title={Genomic insights into the human population history of Australia and New Guinea},
  author={A. Bergstr{\"o}m},
  year={2018}
}
  • A. Bergström
  • Published 2018
  • Biology
  • The ancient continent of Sahul, encompassing Australia, New Guinea and Tasmania, contains some of the earliest archaeological evidence for humans outside of Africa, dating back to at least 50 thousand years ago (kya). New Guinea was also one of the sites were humans developed agriculture in the last 10 thousand years. Despite the importance of this part of the world to the history of humanity outside Africa, little is known about the population history of the people living here. In this thesis… CONTINUE READING
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