2500-year cultural sequence in the Massim region of eastern Papua New Guinea reflects adaptive strategies to small islands and changing climate regimes since Lapita settlement

Citation

Shaw, B, Coxe, S et al. 2020, '2500-year cultural sequence in the Massim region of eastern Papua New Guinea reflects adaptive strategies to small islands and changing climate regimes since Lapita settlement', The Holocene, vol. 30, no. 7, pp. 1075-1090.

Year

2020

Fields of Research

  • Archaeological Science
  • Archaeological Science
  • Evolutionary Impacts Of Climate Change
  • Evolutionary Impacts Of Climate Change
  • Archaeology Of New Guinea And Pacific Islands (Excl. New Zealand)
  • Archaeology Of New Guinea And Pacific Islands (Excl. New Zealand)

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