Paleoindian Interaction and Mating Networks: Reply to Moore and Moseley

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How early human populations in North America maintained reproductive viability is a question that has shaped our research for over a decade. The concept of staging areas, mechanisms for band-macroband interaction, and an examination of how interaction networks could have formed and evolved over the course of the Paleoindian era are all solutions that we have presented.

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  • David G. Anderson

  • J. Christopher Gillam

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