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Metric and non-metric cranial variation in Australian Aboriginal populations compared with populations from the Pacific and Asia / Michael Pietrusewsky
Bib ID 2834871
Format BookBook
Author
Pietrusewsky, Michael
 
Description Canberra : Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1984 
xi, 113 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0855751517
Invalid ISBN 0855751509
Series

Occasional papers in human biology ; no. 3.

Notes

AIAS new series no. 49.

Bibliography: p. 42-46.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Craniology.  |  Craniology -- Australia.  |  Craniology -- Oceania.
Other authors/contributors Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies

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