Socioeconomic transition and physical growth of Tupí-Mondê Amerindian children of the Aripuanã Park, Brazilian Amazon.

@article{Santos1991SocioeconomicTA,
  title={Socioeconomic transition and physical growth of Tup{\'i}-Mond{\^e} Amerindian children of the Aripuan{\~a} Park, Brazilian Amazon.},
  author={Ricardo Santos and Carlos Everaldo Alvares Coimbra Junior},
  journal={Human biology},
  year={1991},
  volume={63 6},
  pages={795-819}
}
Anthropometric assessment of nutritional status is reported for three Tupí-Mondê-speaking groups from Rondônia and Mato Grosso, Brazil. This region of the Amazon basin is experiencing rapid development through government-oriented colonization. The Gavião, Suruí, and Zoró had their first contacts with Brazilian national society at different times, and the nature and degree of their participation in regional markets varies. Height, weight, sitting height, subischial leg length, upper arm… CONTINUE READING
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