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James A. Fellows Yates; Aida Andrades Valtueña; Åshild J. Vågene; Becky Cribdon; Maxime Borry; Irina Velsko; Pete Heintzman; Eleanor Green; Shreya Ramachandran; Miriam Bravo; Christina Warinner; Alex Hübner; Antonio Fernandez-Guerra; Jesser11; mspyrou; Abby Gancz; Allaby Lab; Aurora Allshouse; Mohamed S. Sarhan; Valentina Zaro
Fifth major release of AncientMetagenomeDir
Release v21.09 includes 9 new publications, representing 122 new ancient host-associated metagenome samples, 13 new ancient microbial genomes, and 12 new ancient environmental samples.
This brings the repository to a total of 132 publications, 1038 new ancient host-associated metagenome samples, 368 ancient microbial genomes, and 375 new ancient environmental samples.
Corrections were made to 3 publications.
Thanks to the following contributors and reviewers: @Jesser11 @ivelsko @pheintzman @bbartholdy @MeriamOs
Thanks to the following authors of added publications for answering queries: Jaelle Brealey, Miriam Bravo-López, and Barbara Moguel.
The full changelog is below.Added Ancient Metagenome: Host Associated
Taputapuātea on Ra'iātea Island is at the centre of the 'Polynesian Triangle', a vast portion of the Pacific Ocean, dotted with islands, and the last part of the globe to be settled by humans. The property includes two forested valleys, a portion of lagoon and coral reef and a strip of open ocean. At the heart of the property is the Taputapuātea marae complex, a political, ceremonial and funerary centre. It is characterized by several marae, with different functions. Widespread in Polynesia, the marae were places where the world of the living intersected the world of the ancestors and the gods. Taputapuātea is an exceptional testimony to 1,000 years of mā'ohi civilization.
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