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Palaeoenvironments of insular Southeast Asia during the Last Glacial Period: a savanna corridor in Sundaland?
Abstract Consideration of a range of evidence from geomorphology, palynology, biogeography and vegetation/climate modelling suggests that a north-south ‘savanna corridor’ did exist through theExpand
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The 'human revolution' in lowland tropical Southeast Asia: the antiquity and behavior of anatomically modern humans at Niah Cave (Sarawak, Borneo).
Recent research in Europe, Africa, and Southeast Asia suggests that we can no longer assume a direct and exclusive link between anatomically modern humans and behavioral modernity (the 'humanExpand
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Accretion rates and sediment accumulation in Rhode Island salt marshes
In order to test the assumption that accretion rates of intertidal salt marshes are approximately equal to rates of sea-level rise along the Rhode Island coast,210Pb analyses were carried out andExpand
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Purbeck–Wealden (early Cretaceous) climates
A multidisciplinary colligation including new data and analysis of the evidence for the climates of southern Britain during c. 140 Ma. to c. 120 Ma BP (Berriasian-Barremian — ? earliest Aptian). TheExpand
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Prehistoric foragers and farmers in South-East Asia: renewed investigations at Niah Cave, Sarawak
The paper describes the initial results from renewed investigations at Niah Cave in Sarawak on the island of Borneo, famous for the discovery in 1958 of the c. 40,000-year old 'Deep Skull'. TheExpand
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An 8000-year history of landscape, climate and copper exploitation in the Middle East: the Wadi Faynan and the Wadi Dana National Reserve in southern Jordan
Abstract Investigations of geomorphology, geoarchaeology, pollen, palynofacies, and charcoal indicate the comparative scales and significance of palaeoenvironmental changes throughout the Holocene atExpand
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Early Holocene vegetation, human activity and climate from Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo
Abstract A 40 m core from Loagan Bunut, Malaysian Borneo, yielded a high-resolution early Holocene (11.3–6.75 ka) sequence of marginal-marine deposits. Palynological analysis showed relatively stableExpand
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An imperial legacy? An exploration of the environmental impact of ancient metal mining and smelting in southern Jordan
Pyatt, B. Gilmore, G. Grattan, J. Hunt, C. McLaren, S. An imperial legacy? An exploration of the environmental impact of ancient metal mining and smelting in southern Jordan. Journal ofExpand
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The chronostratigraphy of the Haua Fteah cave (Cyrenaica, northeast Libya).
The 1950s excavations by Charles McBurney in the Haua Fteah, a large karstic cave on the coast of northeast Libya, revealed a deep sequence of human occupation. Most subsequent research on NorthExpand
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