New Directions in Dental Anthropology
by G. Townsend, E. Kanazawa, H. Takayama (eds)
Publisher: University of Adelaide Press 2012
Number of pages: 151
The aim of the symposium held at The University of Western Australia in 2011 was to emphasise some of the powerful new strategies offered by the science of dental anthropology to elucidate the historical lineage of human groups and also to reconstruct environmental factors that have acted on the teeth by analysing dental morphological features.
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