A cautionary tale from down under: Dating the Black Creek Swamp megafauna site on Kangaroo Island, South Australia
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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