Paleoenvironmental evidence for first human colonization of the eastern Caribbean
Siegel, P., Jones, J., Pearsall, D., Dunning, N., Farrell, P., Duncan, N., Curtis, J., Signh, S. (December 2015). Paleoenvironmental evidence for first human colonization of the eastern Caribbean. Quaternary Science Review. Volume 129, Pages 275–295. Map Figures 1 and 8.
Fig. 1. Map of the Caribbean basin. Environmental cores were collected from Trinidad, Grenada, Curaçao, Barbados, Martinique, Marie-Galante, Antigua, Barbuda, and St. Croix. Cores discussed in this paper came from Trinidad, Grenada, Martinique, and Marie-Galante (insets).
Fig. 8. Map of the eastern Caribbean showing the earliest calibrated median radiocarbon dates associated with archaeological deposits or anthropogenic landscapes.