Grun, Rainer; Eggins, Stephen; Wells, Roderick; Rhodes, Edward; Bestland, Erick; Spooner, Nigel; Ayling, Bridget; Forbes, M; McCulloch, Malcolm
The extinction of the Australian megafauna is presently one of the most hotly contested debates in Australian Quaternary sciences. [Roberts et al., 2001. U-series and ESR analyses of bones and teeth relating to the human burials from Skhul. Journal of Human Evolution. 49, 316-334.] proposed contentiously that the megafauna went extinct within a short time period somewhere in the range of 39,000-52,000 years ago. Being tucked away at the continental fringe, Kangaroo Island offers an ideal refuge...[Show more]
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