Using a similar procedure as in my recent post on the Baltic (Update II), I used 15 FIN individuals from the 1000 Genomes together with 12 Nganasans from Rasmussen et al. (2010) as reference populations, and 15 other FIN individuals to estimate admixture LD in a rolloff analysis. Three outlier Nganasan individuals (GSM558800, GSM558802, GSM558807) were removed.
As I mention in my previous post, there is evidence for intrusive cultures (Battle Axe and Seima Turbino) converging on the area from different directions during the preceding Bronze Age. If the above date is accurate, it will suggest a rather late admixture event between the Europeoid and Siberian elements of Finns. The former may have included both the descendants of Mesolithic European hunter-gatherers and intruders from Central Europe (Corded Ware/Battle Axe); the latter may have included both Comb Ceramic and the descendants of the Seima Turbino metallurgists.