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Afterword: Storytelling Animals: Human-Nonhuman Relationships in the Arctic

Holocene deglaciation drove rapid genetic diversification of Atlantic walrus

Source-sink dynamics drove punctuated adoption of early pottery in Arctic Europe under diverging socioecological conditions

Cultural adaptations and island ecology: Insights into changing patterns of pottery use in the Susuya, Okhotsk and Satsumon phases of the Kafukai sites, Rebun Island, Japan

Integrating cultural and biological perspectives on long-term human-walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) interactions across the North Atlantic

Past genomic diversity and population structure within Atlantic walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) shaped by climate and human activities

Species-specific reservoir effect estimates: A case study of archaeological marine samples from the Bering Strait

Building a high-resolution chronology for northern Hokkaido – A case study of the Late Holocene Hamanaka 2 site on Rebun Island, Hokkaido (Japan)

Deciphering the history of the largest extant pinniped: A phylogenetic study of the Atlantic walrus

Genomic sex identification of ancient pinnipeds using the dog genome

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