From a Wenner-Gren-sponsored symposium held in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, March 6-13, 2009.
Includes bibliographical references.
The origins of agriculture : new data, new ideas / Leslie C. Aiello
The origins of agriculture : new data, new ideas : an introduction to supplement 4 / T. Douglas Price and Ofer Bar-Yosef
Climatic fluctuations and early farming in West and East Asia / Ofer Bar-Yosef
Neolithization processes in the Levant : the outer envelope / A. Nigel Goring-Morris and Anna Belfer-Cohen
Becoming farmers : the inside story / Anna Belfer-Cohen and A. Nigel Goring-Morris
The origins of agriculture in the Near East / Melinda A. Zeder
The Neolithic Southwest Asian founder crops : their biology and archaeobotany / Ehud Weiss and Daniel Zohary
The early process of mammal domestication in the Near East : new evidence from the Pre-Neolithic and Pre-Pottery Neolithic in Cyprus / Jean-Denis Vigne, Isabelle Carrère, François Briois, and Jean Guilaine
The beginnings of agriculture in China : a multiregional view / David Joel Cohen
New archaeobotanic data for the study of the origins of agriculture in China / Zhijun Zhao
The transition from foraging to farming in prehistoric Korea / Gyoung-Ah Lee
Advances in understanding early agriculture in Japan / Gary W. Crawford
Finding plant domestication in the Indian subcontinent / Dorian Q Fuller
Holocene population history in the Pacific Region as a model for worldwide food producer dispersals / Peter Bellwood
Early agriculture and plant domestication in New Guinea and Island Southeast Asia / Tim Denham
Domestication processes and morphological change : through the lens of the donkey and African pastoralism / Fiona Marshall and Lior Weissbrod
Archaeological evidence on the westward expansion of farming communities from eastern Anatolia to the Aegean and the Balkans / Mehmet Özdoğan
Westward ho! The spread of agriculturalism from central Europe to the Atlantic / Peter Rowley-Conwy
The origins of plant cultivation and domestication in the New World tropics : patterns, process, and new developments / Dolores R. Piperno
The cultural context of plant domestication in eastern North America / Bruce D. Smith
Genetics and domestication : important questions for new answers / Gregor Larson
The agricultural demographic transition during and after the agricultural inventions / Jean-Pierre Bocquet-Appel.
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