Science: Social_Sciences: Anthropology: Biological_Anthropology
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AAPA Statement on Biological Aspects of Race
A position paper on the current understanding of the structure of human variation from a biological perspective presented by the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.
Anthropometry Team New Zealand
A directory of data bases and links for the study of the measurement of the human body.
Biocultural Anthropology In Gujarat, India
Using dental discrete traits to measure biological distance between three groups in Gujarat, India.
Biological Anthropology at UCLA
Graduate program focusing on evolutionary theory, primate behavior, hominid evolution, and evolutionary psychology and ecology. Features faculty interests and current research.
Biological Anthropology Department - Temple University
Description of graduate and undergraduate programs, faculty listing, research areas, and facilities overview.
The Biological Anthropology Web
An interactive site for discussions and information on the biological and cultural aspects of human variation and adapatation.
Caribbean African Ancestry Project
A population genetic study with goal of identifying ethnic groups that contributed to the Caribbean population. Features research background, photos and information on methodology.
Information on the study of microscopic wear on teeth and free image analysis software.
DNA and the Peopling of Siberia
Michael Hammer and Tatiana Karafet's project studying the population history of Siberia by means of the Y chromosome.
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Contact information and departmental overviews of a multidisciplinary organization in Leipzig, Germany.
A annotated guide to Internet resources from the University of Delaware.
Race Doesn't Exist In Humans
An essay debunking the idea that race is a biological concept.
Race, Genes and Anthropology
Collection of full text articles and links.
Skeletons Beneath a Village
Michael Pietrusewsky and Michele Toomay Douglas write about the burials of the Neolithic and Bronze Age site of Ban Chiang, Thailand.
The Skull Module
A tutorial on the bones of the skull from California State University, Chico.
Virtual Anthropology at the University of Vienna
Features information on research program and purchase details of a CD rom of data representations in 3D of fossil hominids.
Report in the journal Nature describes biochemical evidence of cannibalism at a prehistoric Puebloan site in southwestern Colorado. (October 7, 2000)
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