Cartographic methods show that the Isthmus of Tehuantepec was used as an inter-oceanic passage in the 16th century
Octopus lures from the Mariana Islands found to be oldest in the world; a study on World Archaeology suggests the ancient CHamoru people may have been the inventors
Defining the Anthropocene – Radioactive traces in ocean materials mark the start of the modern age; a new study has been published on Scientific Reports
Genetic intermixing in Indonesia contributed to cultural “explosion” across the Pacific; a new study has been published on Nature Ecology and Evolution
A widely accepted theory of Native American origins coming from Japan has been attacked in a new scientific study, which shows that the genetics and skeletal biology “simply does not match-up”.
The recent results of the excavation of Figueira Brava (Portugal) now confirm that Neanderthals habitually used marine resources