Golden perch (Macquaria ambigua) otolith microchemistry: modern validations and ancient applications
Inland archaeological sites in the Australian arid zone contain few records of past environments. For those archives that do exist, such as sedimentary records, it can be difficult to associate the environmental conditions that they record directly with the time scales of human occupation. At the world heritage site of Lake Mungo, in north western New South Wales, lake shore dunes preserve a record of human occupation, and of alternating phases of wet and dry...[Show more]
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