Late Upper Paleolithic occupation at Cooper’s Ferry, Idaho, USA, ~16,000 years ago

  title={Late Upper Paleolithic occupation at Cooper’s Ferry, Idaho, USA, ~16,000 years ago},
  author={L. Davis and D. Madsen and L. Becerra-Valdivia and T. Higham and David A Sisson and S. M. Skinner and Daniel O. Stueber and Alexander J Nyers and A. Keen-Zebert and Christina Neudorf and Melissa J Cheyney and Masami Izuho and Fumie Iizuka and Samuel R Burns and C. W. Epps and Samuel C Willis and Ian Buvit},
  pages={891 - 897}
  • L. Davis, D. Madsen, +14 authors Ian Buvit
  • Published 2019
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Science
  • The early occupation of America The Cooper's Ferry archaeological site in western North America has provided evidence for the pattern and time course of the early peopling of the Americas. Davis et al. describe new evidence of human activity from this site, including stemmed projectile points. Radiocarbon dating and Bayesian analysis indicate an age between 16,560 and 15,280 years before present. Humans therefore arrived in the Americas before an inland ice-free corridor had opened, so a… CONTINUE READING
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