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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 06/2018, Volume 558, Issue 7708, pp. 23 - 25
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by Pagani, Luca and Lawson, Daniel John and Jagoda, Evelyn and Mörseburg, Alexander and Eriksson, Anders and Mitt, Mario and Clemente, Florian and Hudjashov, Georgi and Degiorgio, Michael and Saag, Lauri and Wall, Jeffrey D and Cardona, Alexia and Mägi, Reedik and Sayres, Melissa A. Wilson and Kaewert, Sarah and Inchley, Charlotte and Scheib, Christiana L and Järve, Mari and Karmin, Monika and Jacobs, Guy S and Antao, Tiago and Iliescu, Florin Mircea and Kushniarevich, Alena and Ayub, Qasim and Tyler-Smith, Chris and Xue, Yali and Yunusbayev, Bayazit and Tambets, Kristiina and Mallick, Chandana Basu and Pocheshkhova, Elvira and Andriadze, George and Muller, Craig and Westaway, Michael C and Lambert, David M and Zoraqi, Grigor and Turdikulova, Shahlo and Dalimova, Dilbar and Sabitov, Zhaxylyk and Sultana, Gazi Nurun Nahar and Lachance, Joseph and Tishkoff, Sarah and Momynaliev, Kuvat and Isakova, Jainagul and Damba, Larisa D and Gubina, Marina and Nymadawa, Pagbajabyn and Evseeva, Irina and Atramentova, Lubov and Utevska, Olga and Ricaut, François-Xavier and Brucato, Nicolas and Sudoyo, Herawati and Letellier, Thierry and Cox, Murray P and Cox, Murray P and Barashkov, Nikolay A and Mulahasanović, Lejla and Mulahasanović, Lejla and Primorac, Dragan and Mormina, Maru and Eichstaedt, Christina A and Eichstaedt, Christina A and Lichman, Daria V and Chaubey, Gyaneshwer and Wee, Joseph T. S and Mihailov, Evelin and Karunas, Alexandra and Litvinov, Sergei and Khusainova, Rita and Ekomasova, Natalya and Akhmetova, Vita and Khidiyatova, Irina and Khidiyatova, Irina and Yepiskoposyan, Levon and Behar, Doron M and Balanovska, Elena and Metspalu, Andres and Derenko, Miroslava and Malyarchuk, Boris and Voevoda, Mikhail and Voevoda, Mikhail and Osipova, Ludmila P and Lahr, Marta Mirazón and Gerbault, Pascale and Leavesley, Matthew and Migliano, Andrea Bamberg and Petraglia, Michael and Balanovsky, Oleg and Khusnutdinova, Elza K and Metspalu, Ene and Thomas, Mark G and Manica, Andrea and Nielsen, Rasmus and Villems, Richard and Willerslev, Eske and Kivisild, Toomas and Metspalu, Mait
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 07/2016, Volume 538, Issue 7624, pp. 238 - 242
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by Malaspinas, Anna-Sapfo and Westaway, Michael C and Muller, Craig and Sousa, Vitor C and Lao, Oscar and Alves, Isabel and Bergström, Anders and Athanasiadis, Georgios and Cheng, Jade Y and Crawford, Jacob E and Heupink, Tim H and MacHoldt, Enrico and Peischl, Stephan and Rasmussen, Simon and Schiffels, Stephan and Subramanian, Sankar and Wright, Joanne L and Albrechtsen, Anders and Barbieri, Chiara and Dupanloup, Isabelle and Eriksson, Anders and Margaryan, Ashot and Moltke, Ida and Pugach, Irina and Korneliussen, Thorfinn S and Levkivskyi, Ivan P and Moreno-Mayar, J. Víctor and Ni, Shengyu and Racimo, Fernando and Sikora, Martin and Xue, Yali and Aghakhanian, Farhang A and Brucato, Nicolas and Brunak, Søren and Campos, Paula F and Clark, Warren and Ellingvåg, Sturla and Fourmile, Gudjugudju and Gerbault, Pascale and Injie, Darren and Koki, George and Leavesley, Matthew and Logan, Betty and Lynch, Aubrey and Matisoo-Smith, Elizabeth A and McAllister, Peter J and Mentzer, Alexander J and Metspalu, Mait and Migliano, Andrea B and Murgha, Les and Phipps, Maude E and Pomat, William and Reynolds, Doc and Ricaut, Francois-Xavier and Siba, Peter and Thomas, Mark G and Wales, Thomas and Wall, Colleen Ma'Run and Oppenheimer, Stephen J and Tyler-Smith, Chris and Durbin, Richard and Dortch, Joe and Manica, Andrea and Schierup, Mikkel H and Foley, Robert A and Lahr, Marta Mirazón and Bowern, Claire and Wall, Jeffrey D and Mailund, Thomas and Stoneking, Mark and Nielsen, Rasmus and Sandhu, Manjinder S and Excoffier, Laurent and Lambert, David M and Willerslev, Eske
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2016, Volume 538, Issue 7624, pp. 207 - 214
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Quaternary Science Reviews, ISSN 0277-3791, 02/2017, Volume 157, pp. 206 - 211
It has been argued that globally the extinction of many species of megafauna appears to coincide with the dispersal of modern humans, however, with the... 
Zygomaturus | Megafauna | Australia | Extinction | Dating | New ages | PLEISTOCENE | MUNGO | AGES | CLIMATIC-CHANGE | ARCHAEOLOGY | NORTHERN AUSTRALIA | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | SINGLE GRAINS | DEEP-SEA SEDIMENTS | QUARTZ | Human evolution | Australian aborigines | Research institutes | Extinction (Biology) | Archaeology
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NATURE, ISSN 0028-0836, 06/2018, Volume 558, Issue 7708, pp. 23 - 25
Too many meta-analyses of extinctions of giant kangaroos or huge sloths use data that are poor or poorly understood, warn Gilbert J. Price and colleagues. 
MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Usage | Big data | Megafauna | Identification and classification | Endangered & extinct species | Archaeology | Climate change | Animals | Researchers | Data management | Science | Fossils | Meta-analysis | Index Medicus
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Australian Archaeology, ISSN 0312-2417, 12/2012, Issue 75, pp. 118 - 120
Interproximal grooving of the teeth is a form of non-masticatory wear commonly found in precontemporary human populations. While its cause is debated, it is... 
Archaeology | Anthropological museums | SHORT REPORTS | Teeth | Cultural anthropology | Sinew | Educational anthropology | Native Americans | Paleoanthropology | Physical anthropology | Pastors | TEETH | INDIANS | ARCHAEOLOGY
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Biological Conservation, ISSN 0006-3207, 04/2019, Volume 232, pp. 187 - 193
The diversity of Australia's mammalian fauna has decreased markedly since European colonisation. Species in the small-to-medium body size range have been... 
Tasmanian devil | Invasive predator | Fossil record | Australia | Sarcophilus | Fox | Feral cat | ELK | DECLINE | REGION | SIDE | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | MAMMAL EXTINCTIONS | VERTEBRATES | ECOLOGY | CANIS-LUPUS-DINGO | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | MEGAFAUNA | Archaeology | Research institutes | Social aspects | Fossils
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Australian Archaeology, ISSN 0312-2417, 6/2013, Issue 76, pp. 84 - 89
This paper presents some results of a ground penetrating radar survey conducted to establish the extent of the Willlandra Fossil Trackway, and further mapping... 
Magnesite | Ground penetrating radar | SHORT REPORTS | Humans | Glacial lakes | Lakes | Mapping | Quartz | Sediments | Dunes | Fossils | GRAINS | SINGLE | FOOTPRINT SITE | LUMINESCENCE | PROTOCOL | SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA | AGES | SOUTH-AUSTRALIA | ANTHROPOLOGY | LAKE MUNGO | QUARTZ | ARCHAEOLOGY
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Journal of Archaeological Science, ISSN 0305-4403, 06/2015, Volume 58, pp. 31 - 45
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