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Black Creek (Cat U.C.R. N0 467): primeras interpretaciones arqueológicas de un modo de vida costero en el Caribe Sur de Costa Rica
Black Creek es uno de los sitios cerámicos tempranos y costeros de Costa Rica (4,000-2,500 AP)
History of Human Population Genetics of Central America
To frame and evaluate contributions to the development of human population genetics studies in Central America we summarize, classify, and compare the most relevant literature published since the beginning ...
Explotacion Temprana de Recursos Costeros en el Sitio Black Creek (4,000-2,500 AP), Caribe Sur de Costa Rica
Prácticas socioeconómicas relacionadas con la explotación de recursos cos-teros entre el 3830 y el 2355 cal. A.P. (2-δ), se infieren a partir dos compo-nentes estructurales del sitio Black Creek en la costa sur del Caribe ...
Effect of Recent Historical Events on Migration and Isonymic Stratification among the Rama Amerindians from Nicaragua
The Rama Amerindians from southern Nicaragua are one of few indigenous populations inhabiting the east coast and lowlands of southern Central America. Early-eighteenth-century ethnohistorical accounts depicted the Rama ...
Microevolution, Migration, and the Population Structure of Five Amerindian Populations from Nicaragua and Costa Rica
Objective: This research examines the coevolution of languages and uniparental genetic marker (mitochondrial DNA [mtDNA] and nonrecombining Y-chromosome [NRY]) variation within five Lower Central American (Rama, Chorotega, ...
Genetic structure and biodemography of the Rama amerindians from the southern caribbean coast of Nicaragua
This dissertation examines the evolutionary impact of recent historical events on the population structure of the Rama Amerindians who inhabit the southern Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, by analyzing the mitochondrial DNA ...
Population history and mitochondrial genetic substructure of the rama Amerindians from Nicaragua
The Rama are a coastal population from Southern Nicaragua who in large part were able to resist, at least for a time, the cultural changes and social reorganization brought on by colonial and modern influences. ...