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September 7, 2014 12:00 AM

Science Briefs: DNA traces early tundra-dwellers

Archaeological evidence clearly shows that a variety of cultures survived the harsh climate in Alaska, Canada and Greenland for thousands of years. But where did they come from? Did they come in several waves? When did they arrive?

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