Interpretation of craniometric variation in northeastern Japan, the Tohoku region

@inproceedings{Kawakubo2009InterpretationOC,
  title={Interpretation of craniometric variation in northeastern Japan, the Tohoku region},
  author={Yoshinori Kawakubo and Tsunehiko Hanihara and Masahito Shigematsu and Yukio Dodo},
  year={2009}
}
  • Yoshinori Kawakubo, Tsunehiko Hanihara, +1 author Yukio Dodo
  • Published 2009
  • Biology
  • It is now generally held that the Neolithic Jomon people with generalized craniofacial features occupied the entire Japanese archipelago. Around 2300–1300 years BP, migrants from somewhere in eastern Asia to the southwestern part of Japan admixed with the indigenous Jomon descendants. Based on this population history, it is expected to find clinal variation of genetic as well as phenotypic traits over space and time, as well as population groups related to the previous inhabitants over which… CONTINUE READING

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