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In the present work, we focus on Marazzi 2 Site, a Late Holocene short-lived-redundant occupation of terrestrial hunter-gatherer from the southeastern coast of Inútil Bay, northwestern steppe of Tierra del Fuego, Chile. Our aim is to understand the geomorphology, stratigraphy, formation processes and pedogenesis in relation to the human occupation for the last ~3000 years. For this porpoise, we integrate geomorphology, soil micromorphology, mineralogical analysis, geochemical data and magneticdoi:10.17863/cam.40350 fatcat:dayuuwlpnvgixibd6u2uhlvgjq