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1 ANP 202 Biocultural Evolution Lecture 16 Modern human migration
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4 40K yBP, modern human characteristics 13-9K yBP, larger brow ridges & more robust faces – may evince regional continuity b/w erectus & Australian native people
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6 Flores Man
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7 Modern Human Migration
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8 Shovel-Shaped Incisors A dental trait often found in East Asians and Native Americans
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9 Native American mtDNA mtDNA haplogroups in native groups Four main haplo groups exist These may represent four separate migrations from East Asia to Americas
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10 Paleoindians, megafauna hunters Folsom Point Clovis Point
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11 Kennewick Man (9,300 yBP), representing the Paleoindians
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12 To the Americas Two likely routes: The inland ice-free corridor The Pacific Northwest coastal route Very few human skeletal evidence to support migration routes
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13 The Ice-free Corridor T h e C o
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14 The late Pleistocene faunal remains (mountain goats & black bears) found from PNW coastal islands Suggest an ice-free area that was habitable for humans Why Coastal Route?
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