Neolithic subsistence patterns in northern Borneo reconstructed with stable carbon isotopes of enamel

@inproceedings{Krigbaum2003NeolithicSP,
  title={Neolithic subsistence patterns in northern Borneo reconstructed with stable carbon isotopes of enamel},
  author={John Krigbaum},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The Neolithic period in island Southeast Asia is characterized by various population movements, technological innovations, and the introduction/adoption of agricultural foodstuffs. Human subsistence trends during this period, however, are poorly understood. Broad spectrum foraging is generally assumed for prehistoric groups utilizing rain forest food resources but the degree to which cultigens were part of the dietary repertoire remains unclear. This paper explores human subsistence… CONTINUE READING

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