Reconstructing Palaeogeography and Inter-island Visibility in the Wallacean Archipelago During the Likely Period of Sahul Colonization, 65-45 000 Years Ago
The palaeogeography of the Wallacea Archipelago is a significant factor in understanding early modern humancolonization of Sahul (Australia and New Guinea), and models of colonization patterns, as well as archaeologicalsurvey and site interpretation, are all heavily dependent on the specific palaeogeographic reconstruction employed.Here we presentfive reconstructions for the periods 65, 60, 55, 50, and 45 000 years ago, using the latest bathometricchart and a sea-level model that is adjusted to...[Show more]
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