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From: Late Pleistocene human paleoecology in the highland savanna ecosystem of mainland Southeast Asia

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Map of Southeast Asia showing the location of archaeological sites in Pang Mapha, Mae Hong Son Province, northwestern Thailand and indicating the dispersal route of early modern humans (red dashed line, modified from7) and the extension area of a hypothesized north–south savanna corridor (yellow area) during the LGM (modified from2). The continuity of the band of open vegetation existing along the transequatorial region of central Sundaland remains under debate (e.g.,4,8,9,10) (see4,6,10 for other detailed information and available proxy data regarding the LGM vegetation cover across Southeast Asia). Stars indicate the location of late Pleistocene fossil sites where stable isotope analyses of mammal tooth enamel have been performed. The map was generated in Surfur software (version 11, https://www.goldensoftware.com) and the figure was created using Adobe Illustrator CS5 (https://www.adobe.com).

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