Secular changes within Arctic and Sub-Arctic populations: a study of 632 human mandibles from the Aleutian Islands, Alaska and Greenland.


A series of 632 human mandibles was used to test temporal variations in two Aleut populations and spatial variations in four homogeneous Greenlandic Eskimo populations. Sixteen metric variables and five non-metric observations were applied to generate univariate and multivariate statistics to determine variations caused by group homogeneity (Greenland… (More)


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