Beringia


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Be·rin·gi·a

 (bə-rĭn′jē-ə)
The prehistoric region extending from western Siberia across the Bering land bridge into North America.
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La estrecha relacion genetica de esos dos pobladores con la totalidad de los nativos americanos tanto antiguos como modernos secuenciados hasta ahora pone de manifiesto, segun los autores, que USR1 representa la poblacion original de Beringia.
Beringia refers to Alaska and the eastern tip of Siberia, and to the land bridge that joined them during the last ice age.
Intercontinental spread of Asian-origin H5N8 to North America through Beringia by migratory birds.
In 2009, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) concluded that the Okhotsk and Beringia, distinct population segments of Pacific bearded seals, warranted listing as "threatened" under the Endangered Species Act (68) (ESA) because the seals were likely to become endangered by the year 2095 as a result of the loss of sea ice.
He is also fascinated by the Beringia land bridge that connected North America to Asia till about 11,000 years ago.
Although the film screened twice in the large Beringia Interpretive Centre auditorium as part of the festival, demand to see it remained strong.
A holistic study of long-term community energetics in East Beringia.
So unless those intrepid humans in what was known as Beringia were able to traverse North, Central and South America in a mere 300 years, it's very unlikely that any humans who might have passed through the glacial corridor were the ones to first settle in the Americas.
Winsor, 2008: Mixing across the Arctic Ocean: Microstructure observations during the Beringia 2005 Expedition.
En lo referente a estos ultimos, se ha aceptado el modelo de poblamiento del continente Americano propuesto por Turner, en el que inicialmente grupos humanos sinodontes migraron desde china septentrional y cruzaron Beringia, de tal forma que todos los grupos indigenas Americanos, pasados y presentes, presentan una morfologia dental sinodonte, caracterizada por altas frecuencias incisivos en pala, pliegue acodado, protostilido y patron cuspideo Y6, por lo que deberian ser incluidos en el complejo Dental Mongoloide.
She agrees that the pattern may represent a subgroup of people who lived along the now-underwater Bering land bridge, in a region known as Beringia, for thousands of years before crossing into the Americas.