Smallest Late Pleistocene inhabited island in Australasia reveals the impact of post-glacial sea-level rise on human behaviour from 17,000 years ago

Citation

Shaw, B, Haro, J, Privat, K et al. 2020, 'Smallest Late Pleistocene inhabited island in Australasia reveals the impact of post-glacial sea-level rise on human behaviour from 17,000 years ago', Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 245, p. 106522.

Year

2020

Fields of Research

  • Archaeological Science
  • Archaeology Of New Guinea And Pacific Islands (Excl. New Zealand)

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