“Paleolithic population growth pulses evidenced by small animal exploitation”

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CITATION:
M. StinerĀ et al. 1999. Science. 283:190-194.
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ABSTRACT:
Variations in small game hunting along the northern and eastern rims of the Mediterranean Sea and results from predator-prey simulation modeling indicate that human population densities Continue reading