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A revised age for the Kawakawa/Oruanui tephra, a key marker for the Last Glacial Maximum in New Zealand
Abstract The Kawakawa/Oruanui tephra (KOT) is a key chronostratigraphic marker in terrestrial and marine deposits of the New Zealand (NZ) sector of the southwest Pacific. Erupted early during theExpand
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Soils of Seabee Hook, Cape Hallett, northern Victoria Land, Antarctica
The soils of the Seabee Hook area of Cape Hallett in northern Victoria Land, Antarctica, were mapped and characterized. Seabee Hook is a low-lying gravel spit of beach deposits built up by coastalExpand
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Early human occupation of a maritime desert, Barrow Island, North-West Australia
Abstract Archaeological deposits from Boodie Cave on Barrow Island, northwest Australia, reveal some of the oldest evidence for Aboriginal occupation of Australia, as well as illustrating the earlyExpand
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Language continuity despite population replacement in Remote Oceania
Recent genomic analyses show that the earliest peoples reaching Remote Oceania—associated with Austronesian-speaking Lapita culture—were almost completely East Asian, without detectable PapuanExpand
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Radiocarbon determinations from the Mulifanua Lapita site, Upolu, western Samoa.
The Mulifanua ferry berth has the distinction of being the only site in Samoa with dentate-stamped Lapita wares, and is the most easterly Lapita site in the Pacific. Two new radiocarbonExpand
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The marine reservoir effect in the Southern Ocean: An evaluation of extant and new ?R values and their application to archaeological chronologies
Abstract The last phase of human colonisation of the south‐west Pacific occurred around the 12th Century AD amongst the islands of the subtropical and temperate zones of the Southern Ocean (i.e.,Expand
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A 28,000 year old excavated painted rock from Nawarla Gabarnmang, northern Australia
We report new archaeological excavations from northern Australia revealing part of a charcoal design likely to be c. 28,000 years old (and chrono-stratigraphically constrained within the periodExpand
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Faunal Extinction and Human Habitation in New Caledonia: Initial Results and Implications of New Research at the Pindai Caves
Archaeological and palaeontological investigations occurred in 2003 at the Pindai Caves in New Caledonia, where remains of prehistoric settlement exist in conjunction with the richest fossil depositsExpand
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Ancient Genomics and the Peopling of the Southwest Pacific
The appearance of people associated with the Lapita culture in the South Pacific around 3,000 years ago marked the beginning of the last major human dispersal to unpopulated lands. However, theExpand
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Stable Isotope Evidence of Neolithic Palaeodiets in the Coastal Regions of Southern Portugal
ABSTRACT To understand stable isotope (δ15N and δ13C) and radiocarbon results for a batch of 16 burials from the Bom Santo Cave (Portugal) a comprehensive analysis of data from 29 archaeologicalExpand
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