Early Peopling of the Americas: A Palaeogenetics Perspective
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Our current understanding of the early peopling of the Americas includes sources, numbers, timings, and routes of the early migrations into the Americas. This knowledge is held primarily in light of recent genome-wide ancient DNA studies. Within the Americas, models of the diversification of founder population(s) and past population structure are informed by ancient DNA from the continents. Finally, in ongoing and future research initiatives, there is a need for active community engagement and partnerships to ensure inclusivity and long-term sustainability.
|Title of host publication||Human Migration : Biocultural Perspectives|
|Editors||María de Lourdes Muñoz-Moreno, Michael H. Crawford|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
© Oxford University Press 2021.
- Americas, Ancient DNA, Genomics, Human migration, Paleogenetics, Population history