New Post at my Blog: Siberia, Past and Present

An interesting look at Siberian mtDNA across time. Like in Europe, in Siberia there's a pretty large degree of mtDNA continuum between the "Neolithic"(7000-5000 BP) Siberia and modern times. And like in Europe there could have been a lot of changes caused by similar people after the "Neolithic."

I didn't mention this at my blog but the Y DNA of "Neolithic" Siberia and on a site in Bronze age Mongolia is majority Q1a3. So Y DNA turnovers may have occurred in Siberia after the "Neolithic."

@Tomenable, can you send this over to Anthrogencia?