Hunter-gatherers, biogeographic barriers and the development of human settlement in Tierra del Fuego

@article{Morello2012HuntergatherersBB,
  title={Hunter-gatherers, biogeographic barriers and the development of human settlement in Tierra del Fuego},
  author={Flavia Morello and Luis Alberto Borrero and Mauricio Massone and Charles R. Stern and Arleen Garc{\'i}a-Herbst and Robert D. McCulloch and Manuel Arroyo-Kalin and Elisa Cal{\'a}s and Jimena Torres and Alfredo Prieto and Ismael Mart{\'i}nez and Gabriel Bahamonde and Pedro C{\'a}rdenas},
  journal={Antiquity},
  year={2012},
  volume={86},
  pages={71 - 87}
}
Tierra del Fuego represents the southernmost limit of human settlement in the Americas. While people may have started to arrive there around 10 500 BP, when it was still connected to the mainland, the main wave of occupation occurred 5000 years later, by which time it had become an island. The co-existence in the area of maritime hunter-gatherers (in canoes) with previous terrestrial occupants pre-echoes the culturally distinctive groups encountered by the first European visitors in the… 
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