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It contains 20 peer- reviewed papers presenting research on such topics as phytogeographical patterns inferred from distribution data of the family Leguminosae in the Brazilian Caatinga, floristic relationships of seasonally dry forests of eastern South America based tree species distribution patterns, botanical and ecological basis for the resilience of Antillean dry forests, and paleo-ecological data on the late Quaternary biogeographical history of South American seasonally dry tropical forests, to cite a few.
There is strong evidence for a late Pleistocene human occupation in eastern South America.
In sum, early human occupation of eastern South America is characterized by generalized foragers, very different from the 'big-game' hunters in North America.
So I assumed that there was something in eastern South America.
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