Ll Biological Consequences of Sedentism Agricultural Intensification in Northeastern ' Ihailand

@inproceedings{Douglas2007LlBC,
  title={Ll Biological Consequences of Sedentism Agricultural Intensification in Northeastern ' Ihailand},
  author={Michele Toomay Douglas and Michael Pietrusewsky},
  year={2007}
}
[Archaeological skeletal series from northeastern Thailand permit us to ex­ amine the biological consequences of the intensification of agriculture on human health in tropical Southeast Asia, Expanding archaeological investi­ gations-such as surveys, site excavations, environmental reconstructions, isotope analyses, and human skeletal analyses-are providing new data on the heterogeneous patterns of the transition to agriculture in this region. Even contemporaneous and proximate communities in… CONTINUE READING

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