Craniofacial variation is investigated in Latin America and the Caribbean. The samples included in this study are two historic and one prehistoric sample from Ecuador; prehistoric and modern Cuban samples; a prehistoric Peruvian sample; two prehistoric Mexican samples and one contemporary admixed Mexican sample; a 16th/17th-century Spanish sample; and Terry blacks. Biological distance is investigated using traditional craniometrics by computing size and shape variables according to Mosimann and colleagues. This study shows that there is much biological variation within the Americas.
Ross, Ann H.; Ubelaker, Douglas H.; and Falsetti, Anthony B.
"Craniometric Variation in the Americas,"
6, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/humbiol/vol74/iss6/4