Archaeological investigations of the Kakadu Wetlands, Northern Australia
Freshwater wetlands of tropical Australia are highly productive ecosystems. Along the floodplain margins of the Northern Territory’s South Alligator River, large open sites testify that in the past they were of significant economic importance to the prehistoric Aboriginal occupants. The sites are deflated and the only archaeological remains consist of stone artefacts. However, geomorphological investigations link the sites with the establishment of freshwater wetlands on the floodplains no...[Show more]
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