Samper Carro, Sofia
During the Late Pleistocene, Island Southeast Asia (ISEA) was affected by dramatic changes in sea level and climate. The glacial phases were characterised by lower sea levels and changes in humidity and rainfall, with the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM; c.26-15 ka) being the peak of the extreme environmental shifts in the region. Human occupation during and post-LGM would likely have been affected by variations in island size, nearshore coastal profile, changing marine habitats and resource...[Show more]
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